Friday morning sports

Cubs 7, Arizona 6 – Back-to-back ninth inning home runs by David Bote and Anthony Rizzo erased a two-run Diamondbacks and gave the Cubs the win.
LA Angels 12, White Sox 8

CHICAGO -- The Cubs are on the verge of adding another starter, acquiring Cole Hamels from the Rangers to bolster the rotation.
According to MLB.com's Jon Paul Morosi, the Cubs have an agreement in place for the 34-year-old left-hander, pending exchange of medical information.
T.R. Sullivan, who covers the Rangers for MLB.com, reports that the Cubs are sending Texas Class A right-handed pitcher Rollie Lacy, another low-level pitcher and a player to be named later, according to sources.
Hamels' locker was already empty following the Rangers' 7-6 loss to the A's Thursday night.

NEW YORK -- Aaron Judge's MRI and CT scan results showed that he sustained a chip fracture of the right wrist after getting hit by a pitch in the first inning of the Yankees' 7-2 win over the Royals on Thursday night.

The Yankees announced that no surgery has been recommended for Judge, but they approximate a three-week time period before the slugger can swing a bat in a game situation.

Dayton 2, Fort Wayne 1
Lansing 2, South Bend 1

Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Colts running back Marlon Mack spoke about his team's offense at the outset of training camp. Mack says there's big potential on the offensive side of the ball. Colts offensive lineman Anthony Castonzo spoke about the return of quarterback Andrew Luck and the beginning of training camp. Castonzo said things are looking up for a team that is coming off a disappointing season last year.