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Reactions in the Sox’ clubhouse to pitcher Reynaldo Lopez’s recent criticism of the team were mixed.
Garcia said he watched all the games as the Sox went 19-35 without him, but it wasn’t the same as being inside the white lines with his teammates.
Just another big body? That seems to be the knee-jerk reaction to Bulls draft pick Wendell Carter Jr. around Chicago, but it’s wrong.
With the power at full-go, the Cubs likely could’ve squeezed in the series opener Monday. It was rescheduled as part of a split doubleheader Tuesday.
Morrow is better by leaps and bounds at 33 than he was at 24 — and, he thinks, better than he was in his lone season with the Dodgers.
Rather than step on the Brewers’ necks, the Cubs let them get up, dust themselves off and puff out their best-record-in-the-NL (41-27) chests.
Darvish threw 28 pitches off a mound, then answered questions on topics many have been fretting about in regard to the $126 million free agent.
Bryant’s numbers are strong as always, but the 26-year-old third baseman — who is without a home run since May 14 — hasn’t felt like himself lately.
After beating the Pirates, Montgomery has a 1.02 ERA in three starts since stepping in for injured Yu Darvish. Happ had three diving catches in left.
Arrieta sat in the visitors’ dugout, a No. 49 on his chest and black Kith shades on his unforgettable face, and spoke of good times old and new.
The Cubs had a quick (too-quick?) exit from Kyle Hendricks, a wasted effort from hot-hitting Jason Heyward and a few screw-ups by Addison Russell.
Darvish is struggling with the criticism he’s getting as he serves his second DL stint of the season, according to Cubs catcher Chris Gimenez.
The Cubs’ $126 million man is halfway through his second stint on the 10-day disabled list. The first one, earlier this month, was because of the flu.
Lester called his two-hit night “lucky,” but his bat was as key as his arm as the Cubs rallied to knock off the Pirates 8-6.
Rizzo’s bat made the loudest statement on a night when some were calling for retaliation for his slide that took out Pirates catcher Elias Diaz.