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Best Chicago Cubs podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Chicago Cubs podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Cubs Related is a twice-a-week Chicago Cubs podcast covering the latest Cubs news and highlights. Hosts Brendan Miller and Corey Freedman of CubsInsider.com merge their statistical and front office backgrounds with ultra fandom. You can interact with Corey and Brendan on CubsInsider.com, on Twitter @CubsRelated and @CFCubsRelated, and on Instagram @cubs_related. The Chicago Cubs won the 2016 World Series -- people forget that.
 
Political consultants Dan Curry and John Pearman have it all backwards. Dan is a lifelong St. Louis Cardinals' fan living in the Chicago area and John is a lifelong Chicago Cubs' fan living in the St. Louis area. They mix it up every week, talking about one of baseball's best rivalries.
 
Cubs talk for Cubs fans. Hosts Ryan Lieber & Chad Gordon have nearly 4 decades of broadcast experience between them. The two started working together back in college at SIU-Go Salukis! They hatched the plan for this Podcast in Cleveland while watching the Cubs take batting practice before World Series Game 6. Episodes explore 9 innings of topics with a special 7th Inning guest conductor/interview with a Chicago sports reporter/anchor or a leader in the sports broadcasting world. Fresh topica ...
 
A weekly roundup of the interesting events in Chicago Sports and Sports Radio. Discussion on the Bears, Bulls, Cubs, White Sox, Blackhawks and Illini sports as well as a review of the happenings at 670 The Score, WSCR, and ESPN Radio Chicago, WMVP. Plus weird tangents including Movies, TV, and Film - I guess those are the same thing. Whether you are looking for Boers & Bernstein talk or Star Trek or Movies in general - you will find something for you here.
 
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1st inning-Welcome Back Dealing with COVID2nd inning-MLB Baseball Proposal 3rd inning-Should they play in 2020? 4th inning-Would shorten season help Cubs? 5th inning-Asterisk for 2020 season? 6th inning-Jordan/Last Dance 7th inning-Birmingham Barons Curt Bloom INT8th inning-Silvy Strong-Obvious Shirts 9th inning-All-Time Cubs lineup --- This episod…
 
We are joined by Nick Shepkowski, he’s the executive producer of the McNeil and Parkins show on 670 The Score, Host Notre Dame pregame @radiodotcom. Managing editor for Fighting Irish Wire part of the USA Today CFB Wire Network and of course, a die-hard Cubs fan. We talk about becoming a Dad, what his biggest issue with the MLB 2020 season proposal…
 
Rob Zastryzny comes on to talk about the 2016 World Series Champion Chicago Cubs, making his MLB debut on the league’s best team, fun rookie hazing (involves singing, and a bus bathroom), the world’s biggest victory parade, and the most famous rain delay speech in history. This is really a can’t-miss talk with Rob, who’s now with the Orioles. Follo…
 
Corey Fineran, from Ivy Envy, is our guest this week. We disucss the owners proposal for restarting baseball. We continue our series of remembering players time as a Cub, this week, we discuss Ben Zobrist. Zobrist was a very important part of the Cubs World Series Championship. We close the show with a fun game, in the spirit of the Bull documentar…
 
With no baseball until the foreseeable future, Chicago Tribune writer Paul Sullivan joins Sports Central with Mark Carman and Kevin Powell to discuss the possibility of baseball returning and the new documentary about Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3755224/3755224_2020-05-03-020924.64kmono.mp3…
 
WGN Radio’s Mark Carman and Jordan Bernfield talk to former Bulls Media Relations staff Tom Smithburg shares the story of sneaking Dennis Rodman out of the United Center, Phil Jackson’s roll in “The Last Dance”, and what made him allow Mark Carman to cover the team in 1998. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3760296/3760296_2020-05-24-014736.64kmono.…
 
WGN Radio’s Mark Carman and Jordan Bernfield talk to Kathy Harrison, the Indiana Pacers fan who went viral over her appearance on ESPN’s The Last Dance. You can read about Kathy’s fandom in The Athletic here, and you can follow the writer, Scott Agness, here. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3760294/3760294_2020-05-24-014534.64kmono.mp3…
 
WGN Radio’s Mark Carman and Jordan Bernfield talk to Phil Rizzo from Little League Illinois about the new rules and regulations the state could face and what it means for parents and the players. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3760289/3760289_2020-05-24-002829.64kmono.mp3By wgnradio.com
 
In the final hour, Dan McNeil and Mark Grote listened back to the best interviews of the week on their show. The crew heard from former White Sox outfielder Scott Podsednik, former NBA star Antoine Walker, former Cavaliers guard Craig Ehlo and White Sox television analyst Steve Stone. Later, the guys discussed the legacy of former Bulls guard and J…
 
David Haugh, KC Johnson and Chuck Garfien join Laurence on the panel. Former Bulls great Jerry Sloan has died. The guys look back at the life and career of “The Original Bull” both as a player and coach. Meanwhile, Isiah Thomas keeps talking. He said the Jordan Bulls weren’t his competition in the 80s. Later, NASCAR on NBC analyst Kyle Petty join L…
 
In the third hour, Dan McNeil and Mark Grote were joined by longtime Tribune film critic Michael Phillips to discuss some of his favorite war films ahead of Memorial Day weekend. He also shared his perspective on which war film could've been shelved. Later, the guys heard an interesting call from earlier in the day involving possums and shared some…
 
In the second hour, Dan McNeil and Mark Grote were joined by former Bears linebacker Joe Cain to discuss his time with the organization and football in the early 1990s. The guys all had plenty of laughs as Cain told some amazing stories and McNeil and Grote shared their love for old Bears tales. Later, the guys celebrated the birthday of Score team…
 
DD Show Rundown 05/22/2020 (00:00-23:48) – The show opens on a Friday as Dan honors the life of Hall of Fame NBA head coach Jerry Sloan who passed away today at the age of 78. Later, Dan shares his thoughts on Justin Smith’s decision to transfer from Indiana and why Mothers and Fathers should stay off social media. (23:49-41:38) – WIBC’s Jason Hamm…
 
Today's Best of Features: (00:00-17:58) – Ryan Burr of the Golf Channel drops in to share all the intel we need to enjoy this Sunday’s charity golf match that puts Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning up against Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady. (17:59-30:52) – Marina Zenovich, director of LANCE the two part ESPN 30 for 30 documentary on Lance Armstrong, dro…
 
Dan McNeil and Mark Grote, who was sitting in for Danny Parkins, opened their show by remembering the life of former Bulls guard and Jazz coach Jerry Sloan, a Hall of Famer who died at age 78 on Friday. Later, former Jazz guard Jeff Hornacek joined the show to reflect on what Sloan meant to him.By Radio.com
 
Host David Kaplan and Cubs insider Gordon Wittenmyer are joined by Dr. Robert Citronberg Director of infectious disease for Lutheran General Hospital to discuss the updated plan by the MLB to start the season and the potential hurdles the league will have to clear in order to play. (1:30) - Any plan should have the health and safety of the players …
 
Hub Arkush, Gordon Wittenmyer and Jason Lieser join Laurence on a Thursday edition of STL. MLB owners and players are still in talks on how to restart the game. Is there a growing chance that they may not play at all this year? Matt Nagy said that some of the details starting to slip last season while the Bears struggled. Is this a sign of bigger i…
 
In the last hour, Dan McNeil and Mark Grote discussed how to bring sports back safely and heard a sound clip from Athletic writer Peter Gammons about whether it's possible for MLB to accomplish that goal. Later, Teddy Greenstein of the Tribune joined the show to discuss the state of golfing in Illinois -- what's allowed and what's still prohibited …
 
Dan McNeil and Mark Grote, who was sitting in for Danny Parkins, opened their show by catching up on what they've been up to lately. Later, former Cavaliers guard Craig Ehlo joined the show to reflect on the rivalry between Chicago and Cleveland in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Michael Jordan's greatness and what it has been like to live with bei…
 
(00:00-23:54) – Thursday begins with Dan’s thoughts on sports seemingly trending in the right direction to a return. Later, Dan and show producer Jimmy Cook discuss which sport they would like to have back if they could only pick one. (23:55-38:43) – We try and have the legend Coach Gene Keady on to wish him a Happy Birthday, but he never arrives. …
 
Today's Best of Features: (00:00-22:40) – ESPN’s Seth Greenberg makes a return appearance this week to talk about the momentum surrounding sports returning for the likes of the MLB and the NBA. The fact that things are opening up for college football and men’s and women’s basketball in particular is also looked at. (22:41-31:30) – Gregg Doyle of th…
 
MLB owners and players are still working to find a solution to start the 2020 season. Host Chuck Garfien is joined by White Sox pitcher Evan Marshall as they discuss the hurdles that still need to be figured out, the way the players have been perceived throughout the process, and his thoughts on if there will be a season this year. (3:00) - Trying …
 
There is some baseball news in the works. MLB and ownership has agreed on a "get back to baseball" proposal and the MLBPA will be reviewing as early as Friday. It won't be an easy hill to climb, but baseball does have a chance to get back into action around the 4th of July! In other news, is the XFL making a comeback? Ron sure as hell hopes so! It …
 
David Haugh, JJ Stankevitz and Chris Bleck join Kap on a Wednesday edition of SportsTalk Live. The NBA looks like it’s getting ready to return. Plus, games could be held at Disney World. Is this a good plan? The fallout from “The Last Dance” continues. Are the criticisms from Michael Jordan’s former teammates sour grapes or legitimate gripes? Later…
 
In the final hour, Dan McNeil and Danny Parkins discussed Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith floating the idea of having 20,000 to 30,000 fans attend home football games in the fall. Later, the guys pondered where Parkins should go this Memorial Day weekend, as he's taking a few days off starting Thursday.…
 
In the third hour, Dan McNeil and Danny Parkins were joined by former White Sox outfielder and current NBC Sports Chicago analyst Scott Podsednik, who reflected on the 14-year anniversary of the fight between White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski and Cubs catcher Michael Barrett. Podsednik also discussed how to steal a base and how hitting a walk-off h…
 
Dan McNeil and Danny Parkins opened their show by discussing whether it would be smart -- or even possible -- for 20,000 to 30,000 fans to attend an Ohio State football home game this fall, as the school's athletic director suggested. That led to a larger discussion about how sports could return in a safe manner.…
 
(00:00-26:11) – Dan opens on Wednesday by sharing his thoughts on college football teams planning on coming back in June. Also, Dan weighs in on Horace Grant’s comments to ESPN 1000 about Michael Jordan and The Last Dance. Then, we turn to the difference between Andrew Luck and the Michael Jordans, Tom Bradys, and Peyton Mannings of the world. (26:…
 
Today's Best of Features: (00:00-17:37) – ESPN’s Seth Greenberg stops by in his weekly slot to continue the conversation on college transfers and the people that have their hands in the cookie jar of high school prospects. Plus, Seth and Dan go back and forth on Michael Jordan and The Last Dance. (17:38-30:45) – Andrew Walker of Colts.com visits th…
 
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