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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #240: Thanks For Playing, White Sox!

Sign wrong brother-in-law, get outbid by a dollar, lose Manny Machado. Plus: Cubs Still Unlikable; Javy Baez Red Alert; The Ex-Cub Factor; Defenseless Blackhawks; and Bobby Portis Is Pissed.


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SHOW NOTES

* 240.

:21: White Sox Sign Wrong Brother-In-Law, Get Outbid By A Dollar, Lose Machado.

* $299.99 not enough.

* Base-10 bias!

* Go Brew!

* "I liked the game plan, from ownership to front office to the coaching staff to the players," Machado told reporters Friday. "The whole 'shabam' was so perfect."

* People: Brielle Biermann On The Possibility Of Getting Back With Ex Michael Kopech: 'Thank You, Next.'

28:30: Defenseless Blackhawks.

* Coffman: "The primary problem is that this team simply doesn't have a No. 1 defenseman. A guy becomes a No. 2 defenseman by effectively doing whatever the No. 1 guy needs him to do in a team's top pairing and the Blackhawks don't have that guy either."

* Tough loss to the 'Lanche on Friday night.

* Connor Frickin' Murphy.

* Marcus Frickin' Kruger.

41:24: Bears Release Ball-Fearing Dion Sims.

42:42: Cubs Still Unlikable.

* PECOTA > Reporters' predictions.

* Javy Baez Red Alert. (By Mark Gonzales, not Jesse Rogers.)

* Brian Duensing Hopes New Diet Will Fix Sluggishness.

* Despite Having No More Money, Cubs Owners Among Investors In Sports-Betting Startup.

1:03:44: The Ex-Cub Factor.

1:07:56: Bobby Portis Is Pissed.

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STOPPAGE: 11:01

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