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Brian Sandalow is a sports contributor at the Chicago Sun-Times.

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Dylan Cease falters in White Sox’ loss to Red Sox

The Sox, who might be going to a six-man rotation, rallied to get Cease off the hook but lost 9-8 in 10 innings.

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White Sox’ Luis Robert showing ‘veteran stuff’ at the plate

Entering the game Saturday against the Red Sox, he was hitting .349 with a .946 OPS since returning from a hip-flexor injury that cost him almost three months.

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Why 2022 should be the Fire’s focus soon

With the playoffs highly unlikely, the Fire would be better served to start prioritizing 2022.

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Rodon, White Sox trim magic number to 12 with victory against Red Sox

Pitching for the first time since Sept. 1, Rodon allowed one run and struck out seven in five innings.

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Positive COVID-19 test knocks Chris Sale out of start Sunday against White Sox

Red Sox manager Alex Cora said Sale "feels great."

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Fire president Ishwara Glassman Chrein working to set team’s business wing up for success

Glassman Chrein had no background in soccer or working for a team before getting hired, but owner Joe Mansueto was looking for somebody who "can build the culture, has the business acumen that could really drive building the fan base, ticket sales [and] sponsorships."

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Cease, Jimenez add to Cubs’ woes in 13-1 loss to White Sox

Kyle Hendricks allowed three more home runs, and the Cubs were stung by two players they traded to the South Side in 2017.

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Rivas, Effross make it another day of debuts for Cubs

The Cubs now have used 63 players this season, adding to the team record.

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Federico Navarro eager to show all-around game with Fire

"I do bring a lot to the team in terms of defense, but I think I bring a lot to help in any way I can," Navarro said.

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Cubs set franchise record with 13th consecutive loss at home

Since their last victory at Wrigley, the Cubs have been outscored 99-33 at Clark and Addison.