Rick Hahn’s first true test as a general manager is here much faster than he ever could have imagined it would arrive.
The game stopped for Matt Garza. The Cubs rent-a-pitcher walked out of the bullpen and down the right-field line with two coaches toward the dugout.
Nate Schierholtz could be a keeper for Theo Epstein’s front office, the free-agent exception who isn’t flipped by the trade deadline.
Chicago has experienced some weird weather over the last few months -- like, for example, snow in late April. But on Monday, both the Cubs and White Sox had to try to play through this: