The White Sox screening ‘Field of Dreams’ after Friday’s game runs deeper than just a promotional event.
The Cubs fought to get back into the game late, but ultimately fell to the White Sox in the last game of the Crosstown Classic.
Position player depth used to be a strength for the Cubs, but now it is their biggest weakness.
In surprising news, Brandon Morrow’s return to the Cubs’ bullpen is still possible.
The NL Central has been there for the taking the past two weeks, but the Cubs have not been able to capitalize.
Ron, James, and Justin are back and this time, we talk Crosstown Classic! Our friends over at Chi-Sox Weekly were kind enough to host an all encompassing Cubs/Sox episode for the On Tap Sports group! We discuss the rivalry, what we all expect from the two games, and how some storylines are impacting this series.
A ten-game improvement in one calendar year shows promise. It shows something to believe in and Sox fans are taking notice.
A team that is in need of a left-handed bat to break up the middle of their order can benefit greatly from Collins.
Carter Stewart may have changed baseball as we know it.
White Sox 5/10/19 postgame and 5/11/19 preview