At least there's still hope for one Chicago team

Updated: June 11, 2010, 9:19 AM ET
By Eduardo Perez | ESPN

The Chicago Cubs and White Sox head into this weekend's Windy City showdown at Wrigley Field with less-than-impressive season performances. The White Sox (26-33) find themselves nine games behind Minnesota in the AL Central; the Cubs (27-33) sit 7½ back of the Cardinals in the NL Central. Though both teams are mired in mediocrity, I really had higher expectations for the White Sox.

A team with the caliber of starting pitching they have should be winning more games. ...

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