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Winter is here. Plus: After Over 70 Years, The Cubs On WGN Is Coming To An End; Tim Anderson Chases Obsolete Award; I AM SO SICK OF MITCH TRUBISKY; Ryan Pace Had One Job This Offseason And He Failed At It Miserably; 'Scuse Us While We Kiss The Sky; Blackhawks Open Training Camp Again!; A Chicago Bull Is Dominating The World Cup; Really Good Chicago Fire News Broke While We Were Recording This; and Chicago Red Stars Rolling.
:16: Winter Is Here.
* SportsMonday: Glorious Fall Goes Dark.
* The Cubs are not sparking joy. Time to clean house.
* Rhodes: "We thought 2016 was the start of something. Turns out it was the end of something."
* Jason McLeod's "lateral move."
* Cubs losing every phase of the game: second-worst defense in the league, an offense even more broken than last year's including the worst production in the majors out of the leadoff spot, a bullpen melting down nightly and a 1 1/2-man rotation: Yu Darvish and Kyle Hendricks at home.
* PECOTA still has a chance!
* As a "superstation" with unusual reach, WGN-TV helped make the Cubs an international brand, and Wrigley Field an international destination.
43:02: Tim Anderson Chases Obsolete Award.
* Wallenstein: 3 Reasons To See The White Sox Season Through.
45:24: I AM SO SICK OF MITCH TRUBISKY.
* Take the "L" and move on!
* The secret concern the media obfuscates: Mitch is dumb.
52:37: Ryan Pace Had One Job In The Offseason And He Failed At It Miserably.
* The Bears still do not have a kicker.
1:00:57: 'Scuse Us While We Kiss The Sky.
* The Sky features a married couple!
1:04:50: Blackhawks Open Training Camp Again!
1:08:08: Chicago Red Stars Rolling.
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