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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #176: Broken Bears; Cubs' Seven-Year Itch

Browns West. Plus: Davey Martinez Came Cheap; White Sox Acquire Fireballer; Blackhawks Circus Trip Lives!; and Bulls Circus Lives.


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SHOW NOTES

* 176.

:08: The Ultimate John Fox Fail.

* Punt Pace, too.

* Jahns: Ryan Pace Deserves A Chance To Pick The Next Bears Coach.

"McCaskey and Phillips valued Fox's history of quick turnarounds, but Pace also was clear about his intentions to rebuild through the draft . . . "

* Mulligan: Fire John Fox? It's More Complicated For The Bears.

* The [Michael McCaskey] Papers.

* John Fox, everybody.

35:55: The Cubs' Seven-Year Itch.

* Wittenmyer: "Two more deep October runs and a franchise-changing World Series later, he stirs as much criticism as his four most recent predecessors combined . . ."

WHAT?

* Rogers: "[I]t's clear that Mallee would still be with the Cubs if Davis hadn't been available . . . "

* Addison Russell's domestic violence case: still open.

* When the Cubs tried to sign Masahiro Tanaka. (Scroll down)

* Theo's 7-Year Itch. (Scroll down)

* Levine: Cubs Hold Preliminary Discussions With Orioles About Zach Britton.

1:03:40: Davey Martinez Came Cheap.

1:04:18: White Sox Acquire Hard-Throwing Thyago Vieira From Mariners.

1:05:02: The Circus Trip Lives!

1:07:01: Bulls Circus Lives.

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STOPPAGE: 9:24

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