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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #272: Dear Cubs: Say It Ain't Joe

Joe Girardi unchecks all the boxes. Plus: Bears Over London, Bears Over Chicago; Blackhawks Lift Lid On Sloppy Stew; Boylen's Blah Bulls; The Playoff-Bound Red Stars; the Fire, the Sky and more!


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SHOW NOTES

* 272.

:41: Blackhawks Lift Lid On Sloppy Stew.

* Flyers Czech In With Win.

* Toews on the ice:

* Crawford may lose his job:

* Nylander's debut:

* Jeremy Collagen:

* Kamka on Kane:

* Hossa!

* The Cat Attack Is Back, Mack!

* Is The Cat In The Doghouse?

16:50: Bear Raid.

* Ray Roy Robertson Harrison.

* Roquan LaStella.

* Nicky LaStella.

* Chuckie Pagano.

* Big Mack Attack.

* Risky Trubisky.

* Eddy Dinero.

* First-guessing the Bears' travel schedule:

* Coach Coffman's Favorite Player Outside Of Tony Snell:

42:11: Say It Ain't Joe.

* Coffman: Don't Hire Grandpa.

* Stone's Pony:

* The Chicago Media's Joe Girardi Myths Persist Against All Available Facts.

* Binder Joe 🙄

* Girardi unchecks all the boxes!

* The Score hacks its way through emblematic, unprepared, slobbering interviews of Cubs candidates.

* Theo gives Girardi a pity fuck.

57:12: Boylen's Bulls.

* Not quite cautiously optimistic.

1:04:34: Head Coach Jill Ellis Finishes Career, USWNT Completes Victory Tour vs. Korea Republic in Chicago.

1:04:54: Red Stars Clinch No. 2 Playoff Seed.

1:05:10 First An Era, Then A Season Ends For The Chicago Fire.

1:05:21: Despite Its Heartbreaking End, The Chicago Sky Had A Season To Remember (And Learn From).

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STOPPAGE: 7:46

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