Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Ian Happ will start in Ben Zobrist's place on Tuesday night as the latter player is experiencing travel issues coming in from Nashville. Zobrist is expected to be at the game by first pitch.

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White Sox call up top prospect Giolito

The Chicago White Sox recalled RHP Lucas Giolito from Triple-A Charlotte prior to Tuesday's game vs. the Twins. Giolito, acquired in the Adam Eaton trade, is 6-10 with a 4.48 ERA, 1.41 WHIP and 134 strikeouts over 128 2/3 innings in 24 starts for Charlotte this season. In addition, the White Sox returned RHP Carson Fulmer to Triple-A and optioned RHP Brad Goldberg to Charlotte after Monday's doubleheader against Minnesota.

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Monday's longest home runs

Three of the nine homers hit between both ends of the White Sox and Twins' doubleheader crack the list behind Hanley Ramirez's line-drive blast off Indians starter Mike Clevinger. Jose Osuna's 413-footer was his first career home run off a lefty.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Anthony Rizzo was named NL player of the week after hitting .429 with two home runs and 13 RBI's. He slugged .750 last week helping him earn his second career player of the week honors and first since July, 2014. Its the second such honor for a Cub this season following Willson Contreras. Rizzo will be awarded a watch in recognition of the award.

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Fulmer set for 2017 White Sox debut

Carson Fulmer, the No. 8 pick in the 2015 MLB draft, has been added to the White Sox's roster as the 26th man for Monday's doubleheader against the Twins and will start Game 2. Fulmer has a 5.61 ERA in 24 starts for Triple-A Charlotte this season. The 23-year-old posted an 8.49 ERA in eight games as a reliever for Chicago last year.


Jed Hoyer Cubs VP GM

David Kaplan and Jordan Cornette talk with Cubs VP GM Jed Hoyer about Javy Baez's recent play, Kyle Schwarber, an update on Jon Lester and the solar eclipse.

Pillar knows no bounds when it comes to catching a ball (0:52)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs are the first team this season to win a game after trailing by multiple runs in extra innings, according to ESPN Stats and Info. Teams were 0-50 in those situations before Sunday. The Cubs were down 5-3 in the tenth before winning 6-5 on a walk off hit by Alex Avila.


Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs catcher Alex Avila discuss his game winning hit and throwing miscue in the Cubs 6-5 loss to the Jays on Sunday.


Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Joe Maddon discuss the Cubs exciting 6-5 win over the Jays on Sunday.

Cubs walk off on Avila's single (0:24)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs swept the Jays behind a wild 6-5 win on Sunday in 10 innings. Alex Avila delivered a 2 run single with the bases loaded in the tenth, part of a three run inning after the Jays scored twice in the top of the tenth. It was the first runs the Cubs scored since a 3 run double by Albert Almora Jr in the third inning. The tenth was aided by two Cubs reaching via dropped third strikes, one after the Jays catcher forgot to throw to first base. Miguel Montero homered to tie the game in the sixth and Just Wilson walked two more hitters, including one with the bases loaded in the tenth but the Cubs offense overcame.