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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #263: House Of Theo Crumbling

This is his mess. Plus: Trade Shade; Cubs Narratives We Can Put To Bed; Kimbrel Is Killing Us; Missing Maldonado; Cubs Farm System Still Sucks; Here Come The Brewers; Evil Sports Programming Network; The Ex-Cub Factor; Rickey Ventura; Seeing (Soccer) Stars; and Trubisky Continues To Be . . .


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SHOW NOTES

* 263.

:25: This Is Theo's Mess.

* Road woes.

* Unrepaired offense.

* Maddoning.

* The Slumpy Slumpster!

9:26: Trade Shade.

* Two players who were DFA'd, one utility player who was in Triple-A, and a butcher in the outfield who should be a platoon player and is a free agent at season's end.

* Make or breakers all broke.

* The shittiest defensive outfield in the league?

23:46: Cubs Narratives We Can Put To Bed.

* Rest.

* Tone-setting.

24:28: Kimbrel Is Killing Us.

29:40: Missing Maldonado!

* Descalso is on the IL.

32:51: Cubs Farm System Still Sucks.

34:15: Here Come The Brewers.

35:15: Evil Sports Programming Network.

38:11: The Ex-Cub Factor!

* Trevor Bauer's goodbye to Cleveland:

* Isaac Paredes.

Shined In MLB Futures Game.

* A Pitcher's Dazzling Show At A Stadium Speed Pitch Challenge Earned Him A Deal With The A's.

44:48: Rickey Ventura.

* Netscape.

* Just wait 'til next year!

53:00: Seeing Stars.

* USA Today: Christian Pulisic's first two goals for Chelsea.

* ESPN: USWNT Players Draw Sellout NWSL Crowd To Chicago Red Stars Game.

* (Forget the Fire.)

58:01: Trubisky Continues To Be . . .

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STOPPAGE: 7:47

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