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Jeff Samardzija’s Trade Stock Remains High For Chicago Cubs Despite Recent Weak Starts

Jeff Samardzija

Disappointment and an embarrassing lack of run support characterized the beginning of Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija’s season. His 2-6 record is far from a fair indication of how well and consistently he’s pitched this season, and as a result […]

Chicago White Sox Need To Stay Strong In Divisional Play

Jose Abreu

As the 2014 season’s crucial third month comes close to reaching its halfway point, the Chicago White Sox find themselves in a place that most people at the beginning of the season would never have expected: tied for third in […]

Chicago White Sox Cannot Rely On Chris Sale Alone to Win

Chris Sale

Warren Spahn, who is widely regarded as one of the best pitchers of baseball’s second modern era and whose 363 career victories make him the winningest left-handed pitcher in major-league history, ended his career with 245 losses, embodying the human […]

Chicago White Sox: Andre Rienzo’s Struggles Come At a Bad Time

Andre Rienzo

Since joining the Chicago White Sox starting rotation in early April, pitcher Andre Rienzo seemed to have finally put the inconsistencies that dogged him in the past as he tried to stick around and make his mark in the majors. […]

Chicago Cubs Shouldn’t Put Travis Wood On The Trade Block

Travis Wood

With the first night of the 2014 MLB Draft adding new hope for the future and the trading deadline drawing closer and closer, the main focus for the Chicago Cubs organization and its fans shift even further forward to the […]

Cleveland Indians’ Corey Kluber Deserved To Win AL Pitcher of the Month For May

Corey Kluber

There is no doubt that Masahiro Tanaka’s complete dominance of most of the baseball world deserves recognition. However, because of the New York Yankees’ recent struggles and unsteady place in the AL East standings, Tanaka didn’t deserve the American League […]

Chicago White Sox: John Danks’ Domination of Los Angeles Dodgers Alludes To Rotation Success

John Danks

Lefty John Danks made the Los Angeles Dodgers look pathetic at the plate last night as he led the Chicago White Sox to a 2-1 game and series win last night. Despite struggling at times this season, Danks looked like […]

Youth Movement Works For Houston Astros In Win Over Los Angeles Angels

Jon Singleton

The Houston Astros continue to prove that a team doesn’t have to be in the midst of a division race to play exciting baseball. With the majors’ second-best farm system, according to Baseball America’s 2014 organization rankings, the Astros have […]

Ryan Zimmerman Doesn’t Miss A Beat In Left Field Debut With Washington Nationals

Ryan Zimmerman

It can be difficult adjusting to a new position, especially at the major league level. But in his first career game in left field, Washington Nationals’ third baseman and franchise face Ryan Zimmerman displayed an athletic ease that eased any […]

Scott Carroll’s Disappointing Turn Shows An Interesting Strength

Scott Carroll

For a moment, Scott Carroll had a chance to be yet another story of the year for the Chicago White Sox. After winning his major league debut by beating David Price and the Tampa Bay Rays, it seemed like Carroll […]