CHICAGO -- Few voices in baseball are as reputable and knowledgeable than Peter Gammons. The Baseball Hall of Fame writer spent several years covering the Red Sox for the Boston Globe and worked from 1988-2009 for ESPN. He currently works for MLB Network as an analyst and commentator.
Gammons took part in Cubs President Theo Epstein's Foundation To Be Named Later event last week in Chicago, lending his voice to inner-city players at the Urban Baseball Classic.
There Sports Feed host Josh Frydman caught up with Gammons to ask him about how Epstein has helped rebuild the Cubs, what the team might do as the Trade Deadline approaches and if the White Sox have a shot to turn things around in the second half.