Opening Day


The White Sox have added speed and versatility as they have signed Emilio Bonifacio to a one-year deal worth $4 million on Monday, a baseball source confirmed. 


In another sign the Cubs are becoming relevant again, ESPN2 has picked up their 2015 opener against the St.


He only had him for 10 games, but Double-A Birmingham manager Julio Vinas didn’t need long to determine Tim Anderson is dripping with talent.


If their overall baseball expenditures are the same as 2014, the White Sox should have at least an extra $4 million for payroll next season.


Jake Arrieta fired his 97th pitch of the night and walked off the mound as Luis Valbuena fired across the diamond to retire St. Louis rookie Oscar Taveras.