Injuries have been a problem for the early playoff favorite Chicago White Sox to start the year. Eloy Jiménez suffered a ruptured left pectoral tendon during a Spring Training game. … Continue Reading Loss of Robert Adds to White Sox Injury Woes
Shohei Ohtani was set for a history-making start on Sunday as one of the only MLB pitchers to bat for himself in a game with a designated hitter available. Madison … Continue Reading Angels’ Defensive Miscues Sour Shotime Sunday
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On Tuesday, the 2019 Gold Glove Award winners were announced. Both the Cubs and White Sox had two players among the finalists: Anthony Rizzo (1B – CHC); Yolmer Sánchez (2B … Continue Reading Chicago Teams Represented Among Gold Glove Winners
The Chicago Cubs spent the final weekend before the All-Star Break at Guaranteed Rate Field on the South Side for the conclusion of the crosstown series against the Chicago White … Continue Reading Cubs Farmhand Robel García Hits Second MLB HR in 3-1 Loss to Chisox
The Chicago White Sox recalled top pitching prospect Dylan Cease from Charlotte to start the first game of their day-night doubleheader against the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday afternoon at Guaranteed … Continue Reading Cease Wins MLB Debut with Chisox
As you may already be aware, top Blue Jays prospect DH Vladimir Guerrero will not be breaking camp with the team due to a left oblique injury. This serves as … Continue Reading 2019 Blue Jays: Let the Kids Play!
The Chicago Cubs came into the second half of the “Crosstown Classic” intracity matchup with a 2.5 game lead in the NL Central Division over the second-place Milwaukee Brewers following … Continue Reading Cubs Take South Side Crosstown Series After Dropping Game 1
On July 23, 2009, Chicago White Sox legend Mark Buerhle became the 18th pitcher to throw a perfect game in major-league history, versus the Tampa Bay Rays. The Southside southpaw … Continue Reading On This Day in 2009: Mark Buehrle’s Perfect Game