As the Bulls prepare for Game 4 against the Celtics, the Blackhawks cleaned out their lockers, the Cubs picked up a win and the White Sox were shut out.
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Jacob May earned his first career hit on Saturday night when he singled up in the middle against Cleveland Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco, ending an
Watch as the Bulls take on the Boston Celtics today in Game 4 on CSN and streaming live on CSNChicago.com. Coverage begins at 4:30 p.m. with Bulls
For the third consecutive game, the White Sox sputtered to a futile showing at the plate.The White Sox were shut out, 7-0, by the Cleveland
Jermaine Dye, the 2005 World Series MVP for the White Sox, still has people thanking him when he's in Chicago, like he was for Saturday's game.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. Reynaldo Lopez is close to ready. Carson Fulmer has continued to pitch very well. And Lucas Giolito just had his best start of
Where in the world is CSNChicago.com's Dan Hayes? Well, just follow the White Sox prospects to find out.Hayes has been on a tour of the Sox farm system teams, making stops in Delaware, Tennessee andCharlotte, where hegot a closer look atYoan Moncada in action.Ahead of the Charlotte Knights' game on Saturday, Hayes said that the Sox want to see more from Moncada in the field."I think what they really want to see is more refined second base play," Hayes said.
James Shields was disappointed to land on the disabled list for the first time in his career, but didn't sound concerned about his strained lat.
Jonathan Toews gave a succinct "no" when asked if he'd consider playing in the World Championships next month in Europe. For the Blackhawks captain, his 2016-17
The Blackhawks convened on Saturday for their annual locker clean-out/player evaluation day. It was a day that came a lot quicker than they expected, and
Scott Darling has earned the opportunity to be a full-time starting goaltender in the NHL, but it may not happen in Chicago as he prepares to hit free agency.
Brad Stevens opted for a smaller lineup in Game 3 against the Bulls, hoping his Celtics could stretch the floor to open up an offense
Stan Bowman walked to the lectern with a note in his hand, a few things written down. It was unusual for Bowman to do so;
Bulls guard Rajon Rondo said he's "not sure" how long he will be out with his broken right thumb that kept him out of Game 3 against the Celtics.