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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #155: What's Wrong With The Cubs

A lot of things, it turns out. Plus: The Good News And The Bad News About Hawk Harrelson; MLB Standings Review; Ryan Pace, Secret Agent; The Patrick Sharp Dominoes; Pens Up; Warriors Golden; and Schweinsteiger!


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SHOW NOTES

* 155.

3:41: Something Is Officially Wrong With The Cubs.

* Someone needs to get angry; they have no edge.

* Cameron/Fangraphs: What's Wrong With The Cubs?

* Bernstein: Making Sense Of The Cubs Not Being Good.

* Deadspin: It's Been A Rough Week For The Cubs.

34:27: The Good News And The Bad News About Hawk Harrelson.

41:24: MLB Standings Review.

51:55: Ryan Pace, Secret Agent.

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53:37: The Patrick Sharp Dominoes.

56:14: Pens Up.

57:59: Warriors Golden.

59:11: Schweinsteiger!

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STOPPAGE: :58

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