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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #221: Are The Blackhawks Back?

Sort of, but not really. Plus: Chili Cook-Off; MLB's Final Four; Non-Jew Tarik Cohen And The Bears Taking Their Talents To South Florida; Jimmy Hollywood vs. Toledo Thibs; 2018 Bulls Should Get Sponsorship From Elon Musk's Boring Company; and Golf At The Grate.


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SHOW NOTES

* 221.

* The alternative universe(s) of Kanye West.

* Transcript: Kanye West's White House Meeting With Donald Trump.

1:51: Chili Cook-Off.

* Gonzalez: Cubs Fire Hitting Coach Chili Davis.

* Dave Magadan played for the Cubs in 1996, slashing .254/.360/.367 in 201 PAs.

* Coffman: Trade Almora.

15:25: MLB's Final Four.

* Red Sox vs. Astros.

* Brewers vs. Dodgers.

* AL over NL.

* Billy Witz, New York Times: Seeds Of The Yankees' Playoff Loss Were Planted Last Winter.

* Richard Justice, MLB.com: Attanasio In Awe Of Brewers' Rapid Ascent.

27:40: Non-Jew Tarik Cohen And The Bears Taking Their Talents To South Florida.

* Wiederer: 'He Really Believed In Me': A Scout's Discovery Of Tarik Cohen And The Bears' Vision For What's Ahead.

* Tarik Cohen's Jewish Combine:

* The Hora.

37:28: Jimmy Hollywood vs. Toledo Thibs.

* Kevin Garnett Says The Jimmy Butler Drama In Minnesota Is A 'Shit Storm.'

46:31: 2018 Bulls Should Get Sponsorship From Elon Musk's Boring Company.

* But Coach Coffman is here for it!

* Johnson: Jabari Parker Says Reserve Role Would Be 'Huge Adjustment.'

54:38: Are The Blackhawks Back?

* Nick Ashbourne, Yahoo Canada Sports: Toews And DeBrincat Combo Has Blackhawks Flying Again.

1:04:35: Golf At The Grate.

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STOPPAGE: 6:00

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