We promise, the podcast is mostly about baseball. But, yeah, there’s a lot of chicken in there.
No, that doesn’t describe last night’s loss, though I suppose it could.
Don’t ever stop playing baseball, or else. Apparently.
The Cubs have given folks a reason or two to swear lately. Also: what’s coming by the deadline?
Things aren’t as bad as some would have you believe – still, there are things to do before the Trade Deadline.
The half-season behind, the half-season ahead, and, separately, behinds.
We recorded a podcast like they must have done in the olden days.
What happens when your computer dies at the end of recording a podcast? Do you curl up into a ball and cry? Or do you muscle up and just re-record?
Recording a podcast during Cubs games is fun … when the Cubs are doing well.
What happens when your schedules only permit recording the podcast during a Cubs game? An offensive explosion, that’s what!
I guess slutter is not the preferred pitch nomenclature, dude.
I guess the Lime-A-Rita is optional. Who replaces Jorge Soler in the near-term? What’s the plan for Javier Baez?
Weekend activities and Cubs pitching questions.
The Cubs won a couple games! Everything is different! Maybe. Probably not.
It’s been a rough six games or so for the Cubs. How the fans deal versus how the players deal. Also, much love for Anthony Rizzo. NOW ON iTUNES.
Some off-day listening for you.
The latest podcast iteration from Sahadev Sharma and Brett Taylor. How worried are we about the Cubs’ bullpen, anyway?
Hooray! Voices and sound about the Cubs! Together with BP Wrigleyville, we’re resurrecting the podcast.
We know it hasn’t been too much fun to watch, but are the Cubs what we expected them to be?
We’ve had weeks to ponder Baez/Olt/Castro/Lake/Rotation/Bullpen/etc. Where do things stand with just a week to go?