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Go Brew Crew! Plus: Surging Blackhawks Still In Last Place; Accidental White Sox Segment; Bulls Have 12.5 Percent Chance Of Righting Their Ship; Ramblers Puttering Toward Valley Tournament; It's The DePaul Blue Demons And The Duke Blue Devils; and Jones Prep 17-Year-Old Signs With Chicago Fire.
1:05: Surging Blackhawks Still In Last Place.
* AP: Kane Keeps Rolling.
* Coffman: Here Come The Hawks?
* Haugh: Chicago Owes Jeremy Colliton An Apology.
14:20: Quitting The Cubs.
* Rhodes: Go Brew Crew!
17:02: Accidental White Sox Segment.
27:20: The Good Ship Cubs Runs Aground.
Cubs: The views expressed in those emails have no place in our society— pantagrapher (@pantagrapher) February 13, 2019
Also Cubs: We'd like to announce our partnership with Sinclair Broadcast Group
(•_•)— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) February 15, 2019
<) )╯The Cubs should've
\( (> Signed Bryce Harper
<) )╯Or released Addison Russell and signed Machado
/ \ https://t.co/EAFJJz9j72
I get that the #Cubs anticipate that Sinclair won't try to foist politics on us via Marquee. But the bottom line is that if I want to watch the Cubs, I'm being forced to give my money to a media outlet to which I strongly object.— Julie DiCaro (@JulieDiCaro) February 15, 2019
Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts ripped Ald. Tom Tunney during a radio appearance, saying "he is against the Cubs." Tunney, who is seeking re-election, said he thinks Ricketts is still upset the team didn't get public funding for field renovations. https://t.co/fwe3BxRr9j— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) January 18, 2019
52:35: Bulls Have 12.5 Percent Chance To Right Their Ship.
56:43: Ramblers Puttering Toward Valley Tournament.
58:02: It's The DePaul Blue Demons And The Duke Blue Devils.
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