The south-siders sign closer David Robertson and trade for starter Jeff Samardzija, while the Cubs continue to pursue southpaw free agent Jon Lester.
The Big Breeze returns to the south side for one last mighty swing.
A tight race for the bottom in Chicago
By scheduling more doubleheaders, the Cubs could reach 100 losses quicker.
The Cubs’ ace is pitching like an all-star, but you’d never know it from his record.
Is Jeff Samardzija suffering from pre-ex-Cubs factor? Will the Sox launch another ninth-inning Cuban missile attack?
Once again, the north-siders do not disappoint at disappointing.
The north-siders are no longer scoreless for the week.
The Cubs have never been worse, the New York Times says. But let’s look on the bright side.
The Cubs drown the White Sox.
Kerry Wood retires as the White Sox beat the Cubs in the first game of their 2012 city series
The sun’s out, Kerry Wood’s on the DL, and Jimbo’s might reopen–baseball is around the corner.