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Texas Rangers in hot pursuit after Chris Sale

The Chicago White Sox have made it known they are taking offers on ace Chris Sale and that it would probably take at least four or five top prospects in order to get the deal done. However, after a weird incident involving sale prior to Saturday's game, the White Sox ace could be on the move and the Texas Rangers could be a likely candidate. The deal would more than likely require Jurickson Profar and Joey ...

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Chicago Cubs still a likely spot for Andrew Miller of the Yankees

The secret is out, the Chicago Cubs need some relief help from the bullpen and Theo Epstein has made it known that acquiring a big arm is the Cubs top priority before August 1. The talks of a deal that would send either Andrew Miller and/or Aroldis Chapman to the Cubs took an apparent nosedive after Epstein made it perfectly clear that he was looking forward to seeing Kyle Schwarber hit a big home run in a ...

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Chicago Cubs’ Jason Hammel chips away from strong season

Chicago Cubs fans are all aware of Jason Hammel's struggles during the second half of the season throughout his career. His ERA throughout the second half of the season has been an average of 1.16 runs higher than the opening half of the year. This was most evident in 2015 when Hammel's ERA jumped up to 5.10 after only being 2.86 before the All-Star break. The Chicago pitcher has used his diet since the beg ...

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Chicago Cubs’ Kyle Hendricks has third lowest ERA in the Majors

If you would have told me on opening day that the Chicago Cubs fifth starter, Kyle Hendricks, would be third in the big leagues when it comes to ERA a game after the All-Star break, I don't know if I could have believed you. After Hendricks sent three batters back to the dugout on strikes and only gave up three hits throughout six innings, only the Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw and Madison Bumgarner of the Giant ...

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Chicago White Sox could add strength from within the organization

As the second half of the season gets under way, the Chicago White Sox have a few major decisions on hand. It is no secret that they are in need of another power hitter in the batter's box and another arm or two in the bullpen. Names such as Nick Markakis of the Atlanta Braves and Carlos Gonzalez of the Colorado Rockies have begun to surface, but the South Siders also have options within their own organizat ...

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The Chicago Cubs focus on the second half of the season

There is nothing wrong with a baseball fan having near heart attack and loss of breath moments throughout the later months of the season. This is something that normally doesn't build up to full excitement and frustration in the first week of July unless your heart belongs to the north side of Chicago. The first half of the season was nothing short of a rollercoaster ride. The cubbies started the 2016 seaso ...

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Chicago Bears: Kyle Long belongs at guard

The Chicago Bears offensive line had more than a fair share of struggles last year. One of the key adjustments they've made to address the issue this off-season is returning Kyle Long to the right guard position. While the struggles the Chicago line suffered throughout 2015 can not be traced to a single position,  Long did not provide the productivity the Bears were expecting from him. This is largely in pa ...

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Chicago White Sox prospect Carson Fulmer looks promising in MLB Futures game

Entering the All-Star break at 45-43, the Chicago White Sox aren’t ready to call an end to the season just yet. After the hot streak they started the 2016 season with began to cool down, they were able to win 12 of the final 19 games in the first half of the season. If the Sox are going to have any success through the second 88 games, improvements will have to start on the mound. Carson Fulmer could become ...

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What would the Chicago Bears look like without Alshon Jeffery

With a stalemate in negotiations between the Chicago Bears and wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, some fans already perceive 2016 will be the last year for Jeffery in a Bears uniform. This statement couldn’t be further from the truth. A failure to reach an agreement doesn’t necessarily mean both sides no longer have an interest in one another. It simply shows that the Bears' general manager, Ryan Pace, is wise w ...

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Jay Cutler’s perfect opportunity

With the July 15 deadline only days away for the Chicago Bears and wide receiver Alshon Jeffery to reach a long-term deal, I can just see Jay Cutler sitting back with that smirk grin on his face. Not because he has any ill feelings towards Jeffery, simply because this could be his chance. The majority of NFL analysts and experts are leaning towards Jeffery holding off and waiting until after the regular sea ...

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