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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #214: The Cubs Are El Mago

Strap it down for a rough - but possibly glorious - ride. Plus: Daniel Murphy Does Not Agree With The Homosexual Lifestyle; Michael KKKopech; Bears Media Talking About Practice; and Fire Fires Fans.


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SHOW NOTES

* 214.

* Correction: The McVeigh bombing was 4/19, not 4/20.

2:41: The Cubs Are El Mago.

* Sullivan, Fangraphs: It's Not Entirely Clear What The Rockies Are Doing (Or, How Did Daniel Murphy Fall To The Cubs?)

* Paul DeJong.

* Positive Coaching Alliance.

* Eugenio Suarez.

25:08: Daniel Murphy Does Not Agree With The Homosexual Lifestyle.

* Molloy, Guardian: See You Next Year: Why Homophobia Ended This Cubs Fan's Season.

* Billy Bean.

33:08: Michael KKKopech.

* Is Riverdale's Vanessa Morgan Dating Brielle Biermann's Ex-Boyfriend Michael Kopech? (Yes.)

* I'm Ready by Eloy Jimenez.

42:34: Bears Media Talking About Practice.

* Team making nice plays against itself. Team also making just as many bad plays against itself!

59:59: Fire Fires Fans.

* Team Suspends Section 8.

* Fire Suspend Section 8 Chicago's Privileges After Protest Of Sector Latino Ban.

* Julie DiCaro And Section 8 Member Nate Cubeta Discuss Sector Latino:

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STOPPAGE: 4:55

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