Eclipse and Game of Thrones talk, natch, but also Javy Baez’s crazy Sunday, the Cubs bullpen, and why Justin Wilson may be struggling.
Great play, then poor play, then an injury. What does it all mean, man?
After a long hiatus, we’re back with a look at the travails of the Cubs to date.
Changes to Wrigley, random defensive fluctuations, and more from the first 10 days of the season.
Scouts on Heyward’s swing, what could go wrong for the Cubs, the sixth starter, and more.
The storylines of Spring Training, and the landscape in the NL Central after the Alex Reyes injury.
Post-hype pitching prospect acquisitions, rules changes, crummy Cardinals, and much more.
Cubs pitching depth and the increasingly-pervasive “stick to sports” request.
One final podcast of the year, with a look back at the last month of Cubs movement.
A thoroughly enjoyable podcast to record.
It’s the World Series. Right now. Happening.
The Cubs are in the playoffs … TODAY.
The guys talk about the passing of Jose Fernandez, Theo Epstein’s extension, Jake Arrieta’s rough outing, pants and waking up late for school.
The post-clinching podcast.
Brett and Sahadev talk memes, if Jason Hammel fits into the Cubs postseason roster and how the NL Cy Young race is shaping up.
Brett and Sahadev discuss how Aroldis Chapman and Travis Wood may be used going forward and wrap up the strange tale of Tommy La Stella.
I do a podcast with Sahadev Sharma! It is frequently about the Cubs!
The guys talk about John Lackey’s mound energy, the Cubs’ struggles, and the plan for the bullpen.
A lovely podcast listen for your off-day.
Joe Maddon’s masterful use of his bench, Jorge Soler’s struggles, Jake Arrieta’s walks, purple kitties and mice-infested apartments.
How about the Cubs-Cardinals rivalry reaching new heights?
The joy of the first series, the questions for the current series, and caring about baseball-related social issues.
The monotony of spring, and what comes next. Also: meta on the life of writing about baseball.
Any potential downfalls for the 2016 Cubs? Also: the importance of corralling your carts.
The relative merits of Spring Training, Addison Russell’s power potential, swing adjustments, and race, culture, fandom, and baseball.
Last week’s big moves, the implications for the outfield, the nature of rotating players, and box socials for some reason
Spring Training is here, and so is our podcast about the Cubs.
A big change for one of the podcast hosts (hint: not me), and lots of chatter about silly things.
The tightening Cubs roster, and where the realistic holes may still lie.
Looking back at the incredible year the Cubs had, via the podcast medium. That means voices instead of words in print.