The Cubs won two of three games against the Brewers, Eloy Jimenez took a positive step in his recovery from a high ankle sprain and who might the Blackhawks target this offseason? Here's what you might have missed from the weekend in Chicago sports:
The Cubs continued their winning ways, taking two of three games from the Brewers. Saturday's game took 15 innings to complete, highlighted by Willson Contreras' walk-off home run and Tyler Chatwood's performance out of the bullpen. The unsung hero of the game, though? David Bote.
Over the weekend, Daniel Descalso returned to the starting lineup and Xavier Cedeño made his Cubs debut. Here's how Cedeño's addition affects the Cubs bullpen. In other bullpen news, Carl Edwards Jr. seems to be a late-inning option for Joe Maddon again.
Friday, Jose Quintana pitched another solid game despite getting little support from the Cubs' offense. Before the game, though Addison Russell walked back his comments about how Cubs fans will/are reacting to his return to the team.
Across town, Eloy Jimenez took a big step in his recovery from a high right ankle sprain. Jimenez went through baserunning drills during pregame on Friday and Saturday.
Tim Anderson and Randal Grichuk met on the field for the first time since their Twitter beef regarding bat flipping. Both players hit home runs, ironically.
On the latest White Sox Talk Podcast, Frank Thomas and Bill Melton share real life stories about baseball, from on the field experiences to off of it.
NBC Sports Chicago's Blackhawks beat writer Charlie Roumeliotis answers fan questions in the latest Blackhawks mailbag.
Fans should root for the Bulls to land the No. 2 pick in the 2019 NBA Draft, says Bulls Outsider Dave Watson. Watson and fellow Outsiders Matt Peck and John Sabine joined Mark Schanowski on the latest Bulls Talk Podcast.
One participant from the Bears' rookie minicamp kicking competition detailed what the experience was like.