Beachwood Sports ArchiveA monthly look back
Beachwood Sports VideoPlease Stop Believing 99 Years of Cub Losses The 1908 Song Blame It On Bartman We Can't Wait 100 Years Dusty Must Get Fired
Search The Beachwood Reporter
Subscribe to the Newsletter
Pace of play pablum. Plus: Flaming Fastballs & Exploding Bats; Spring Cubs; The Ex-Cub Factor; The White Sox Are Also Participating In Spring Training; The Bulls Are The New White Sox Who Are The New Cubs; Blackhawks Even Sadder This Week Than Last Week; The Bears' Deja Rebuild; and Arch Madness!
:55: Flaming Fastballs, Exploding Bats And Mic'd-Up Caps.
* Ghost viewers!
* TV take:
And when TV contracts are driving that large a portion of your revenues, that motivates change.— Mat Germain (@MatGermain76) February 20, 2018
20:22: Spring Cubs.
* Ian Happ: The Fourth Beatle.
* Buddy Bryce.
33:47: The Ex-Cub Factor.
* Junior Lake sighting!
Chatwood induces a ground ball double play from Junior Lake with two on to end the top of the first.— Jesse Rogers (@ESPNChiCubs) February 26, 2018
* Detroit Free Press: Tigers' Travis Wood Out For Season With Torn ACL, Meniscus.
37:03: The White Sox Are Also Participating In Spring Training.
45:10:The Bulls Are The New White Sox Who Are The New Cubs.
50:41: Blackhawks Even Sadder This Week Than Last Week.
Per a source, the #CBJ did indeed inquire about Artem Anisimov's availability, but only offered a third-round pick, and wanted the Blackhawks to retain half Anisimov's salary. Went nowhere. Anisimov was approached about waiving his NMC, though.— Mark Lazerus (@MarkLazerus) February 26, 2018
56:55: The Bears' Deja Rebuild.
* Pace restarts the clock:
Hard to imagine many other teams in the league that would have that many captains exiting at once.— Dan Wiederer (@danwiederer) February 26, 2018
Bears have cut OLB Pernell McPhee and S Quintin Demps. Not shocking. Still notable.— Dan Wiederer (@danwiederer) February 26, 2018
Pace also reveals that the team is letting Willie Young go.— Dan Wiederer (@danwiederer) February 28, 2018
Ryan Pace on Jan. 1: "As we continue to build more through the draft, we can continue to be a little more selective in free agency. ... We will get better in that area. But primarily our goal is to build through the draft and develop those players."— Dan Wiederer (@danwiederer) February 26, 2018
1:03:35: Arch Madness!
Note: After this podcast was recorded but before it was posted, Loyola beat UNI 54-40 in the opening round of their conference tournament.
* Meanwhile, about that DePaul arena . . .
For archives and other shows, see The Beachwood Radio Network.
-More from Beachwood Sports »