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World Series hangover. Plus: White Sox Back To Rebuilding; Ronnie Woo-Woo Banned From Wrigley Field Along With Other Nonpaying Customers; The Problem With Mitch Trubisky's Honda Accord; and Bastian Schweinsteiger Already Fed Up With Quality Of MLS - Just Two Months After His Move From Manchester United.
1:07: What's Wrong With The Cubs?
* Fangraphs: What Is Up With The Cubs' Rotation?
* Hendricks vs. Arrieta.
* What's the deal with Mike Montgomery?
* The stinkin' Cardinals are right back in it.
'Grandpa Rossy Crunch' cereal coming to Chicago area Jewel stores https://t.co/8VyYvQhDpe MAKE IT STOP— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) May 11, 2017
* Are The Cubs The 1985 Bears?
40:13: White Sox Back To Rebuilding.
* Here come the Padres!
44:12: Ronnie Woo-Woo Banned From Wrigley Field Along With Other Nonpaying Customers.
@Suntimes Anyone else you want us to let in without a ticket?— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) May 12, 2017
51:42: The Problem With Mitchell Trubisky's Honda Accord.
Stop with this sh*t! His old ass car has nothing to do with the kind of guy he is! I know plenty of a**holes with sh*t cars! https://t.co/WE4MvdbJJI— Say Bruh Metrics (@Jason1Goff) May 12, 2017
* Joins Jay Cutler's van, Joe Maddon's RV and crap like this:
Patrick Kane from The BLACKHAWKS gave up his 1st Class seat to a SOLDIER...what a class act... pic.twitter.com/NKTDWXWdZA— Teri Truss (@TeriTruss) May 11, 2017
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Posted on Oct 22, 2021