We’ve got a few pieces of good baseball news. 1. The Commissioner’s Trophy came by the Tribune for a visit today, and boy, is it shiny. 2. MLB labor deal, done! And 3. The deal included this fun development: The All-Star Game will no longer determine home-field advantage in the World Series, thus killing Bud Selig’s brainchild after a 2002 tie. The change would have come in handy for the 2016 Cubs, but (checks notepad) they still won the World Series. Now that players and owners have made a deal, Steve Rosenbloom wants to know when the Cubs and White Sox will make theirs. Perhaps, for a certain ace whose name rhymes with Chris Sale? Don’t hold your breath, writes Paul Sullivan. Hey, maybe newcomer Jon Jay can pitch. You don’t know. OK, you might know. But the Cubs are big fans of his.