Chris Sale feels good and the White Sox want to take advantage of it.
ST. LOUIS – The Cubs are playing their hated rival, the defending National League champion, and the only things people want to talk about are the farm system and the amateur draft.
No sellout crowds. No buzz. No superstars. The most interesting battle between the Cubs and White Sox won’t happen within the 10 miles separating Wrigley Field and U.S. Cellular Field.
If the Cubs had one bullet to fire during the offseason, they weren’t going to use it on Jose Abreu, the rare big name on the international market they didn’t covet.