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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #166: Bears Psychosis Grips City

Apparently all is forgiven. Plus: This Just Does Not Seem Like The Cubs' Year; Kenny, Ozzie, Jerry & Ricky; Chicago's Best Sports Columnist Somehow Under The Radar After Long, Distinguished Career; and Schweinsteiger!


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SHOW NOTES

* 166.

:47: This Just Does Not Seem Like The Cubs' Year.

* Could Lat Injury Sideline Cubs Ace Jon Lester Rest Of Regular Season?

vs.

* Cubs Place Jon Lester On DL But Don't Expect Him Out Long.

* Just now?

* Lester Mum On Heated Dugout Discussion With Pitching Coach.

* Cubs Are Getting A Lot Right - But Aren't Plating Runners From Third.

23:34: Kenny, Ozzie, Jerry And Ricky.

* White Sox Recently Extended Kenny Williams, Rick Hahn.

* Nightengale: White Sox Owner Jerry Reinsdorf Wants To Repay Fans With A Winner, featuring the "wildly popular" Ricky Rentamanager.

28: Bears' Low Bar.

* Coffman: The Kid Is In The Picture.

* Ha ha.

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vs. 11 days later . . .

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* Speedy Kevin White Doesn't 'Play Fast.'

* This Just Doesn't Seem Like Kyle Long's Year.

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* Ryan's Reprieve: Access journalism in reverse!

* All is apparently forgiven!

* We live in a world where six wins in John Fox's third year will be considered progress.

53:05: Bernie!

1:08:10: Schweinsteiger!

* The Impact, The Fire, The Dogs.

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STOPPAGE: 10:14

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