Social Distancing And BaseballCBS 2's Matt Zahn reports on what the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Cubs are doing to stay safe as they practice this summer.
Summer Camp Workout For Baseball TeamsCBS 2's Matt Zahn reports on what the teams are doing to stay safe while playing and keeping COVID-19 guidelines upfront.
Cubs Pitching Coach Tommy Hottovy Talks Tearfully About COVID-19 ExperienceCubs pitching coach Tommy Hottovy teared up when he announced he recently had COVID-19. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
Players, Advocates Protest Cancellation Of Chicago State University Baseball ProgramA budget cut last week left the baseball program at Chicago State University permanently on the bench. However, the players aren’t going quietly.
Could Some Cubs Players Choose To Opt Out Of 2020 Season?Plans are moving forward for Major League Baseball, with teams beginning practices this week – but we also have some players starting to opt out. General Manager Jed Hoyer and Manager David Ross talk about the potential situation with the Cubs.
What Can We Expect From Cubs, White Sox This Shortened Baseball Season?CBS 2’s Luke Stuckmeyer asked Mark Gonzales, the Cubs beat writer for the Chicago Tribune, what kind of game shape the players are likely to be in.
White Sox Hoping For The Best As They Prepare To Resume PlayingThe White Sox will be back on the field at Guaranteed Rate Field next Friday for their first workout. CBS 2's Matt Zahn talked with Manager Rick Renteria and GM Rick Hahn.
Chicago Dogs To Resume Play With Fans In RosemontYou’ll be able to watch professional baseball in person in the Chicago area this summer, starting July 7. Chicago Dogs owner Shawn Hunter told CBS 2's Matt Zahn about the precautions being taken in Rosemont.
Cubs Sign HowardChicago Cubs sign Mt. Carmel grad Ed Howard with $3.75 million signing bonus.
Sox Sign CrochetThe Sox first-round pick, Garrett Crochet is signed with a $4.5 million bonus
Chicago Dogs Among 6 American Association Baseball Teams Set To Start Season In 3 Pod CitiesThe Chicago Dogs will be playing out of Milwaukee, one of the league’s three pod cities, with a limited number of fans in attendance. CBS 2’s Matt Zahn talked to Dogs owner Shawn Hunter about what went into their plan.
Doug Glanville Says It’s Important Athletes Don’t Just Stick To SportsFormer Cubs outfielder Doug Glanville has taught courses at UConn, Yale and Penn. Glanville thinks baseball can, in a small way help heal and lead our country.
Doug Glanville: We Could All Benefit From Baseball NowThe fate of the Major League Baseball season is bouncing back and forth like a baserunner caught in a rundown. Former Cubs outfielder Doug Glanville tells CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer that baseball is just what we need right now.
High School Baseball Star Looking To Be In Baseball's Amateur DraftBaseball's amateur draft is coming up on Wednesday, and it's going to be a big day for Mount Carmel star Ed Howard.
MLB Players Will Have To Adjust To Shortened Season With Empty StadiumsThe White Sox will be affected in particular, former pitcher Dan Plesac tells CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer.
Construction Begins At 'Field Of Dreams' BallparkEven though there are no MLB games being played now, in Iowa, the "Field of Dreams" ballpark is being constructed.
Minor League Baseball Players Unsure Of Future Due To Coronavirus PandemicCBS 2’s Matt Zahn spoke to some players on the Schaumburg Boomers and Windy City Thunderbolts about what missing games means to them.
Jordan's Other BallgameMichael Jordan's baseball detour will be featured on The Last Dance documentary Sunday night. Before Michael Jordan suited up for the Birmingham Barons, he had to go through some training in Chicago.
Moving Messages From Outside The BoothWhile there are no baseball games being played, the play-by-play announcer for the White Sox, Jason Benetti, has found a way to communicate with fans outside the broadcast booth. CBS 2's Megan Mawicke has the story.
Woman Sues Cubs After Saying She Was Hit In Face With Foul BallLaiah Zuniga said even years later, she is still affected by her injuries.
Anthony Rizzo Donates Hot Meals To Frontline Medical WorkersWith coronavirus having put the baseball season on hold, the Cubs' Anthony Rizzo is still at bat, donating hot meals to doctors and nurses on the front line of the fight against the virus. Rizzo talked remotely with CBS 2's Brad Edwards.
Wrigley Field Stadium GuideBefore you go to Wrigley Field to see the Chicago Cubs, check out our guide to transportation, parking and bag policies. Katie Johnston reports.
Cubs And Sox Start Cactus League Play This WeekendCBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports the Cubs' Kris Bryant says he's in a good place despite rumblings of trade talks. On the Sox side, Danny Mendick is trying to force his way onto the roster.
Sox Planning On More Homers For The Upcoming SeasonCBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports the Sox have seven guys who hit 18 or more homers last year.