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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #340: Bringing The Hammer Down

Attention, white people. Plus: Rags!; Comedy QBs; Kris Bryant Beefs; Does Zach LaVine Wear A Cape Or No?; Blackhawks Blackout; Evanston vs. Champaign, and more!

Beachwood Radio Network · The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #340: Bringing The Hammer Down

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SHOW NOTES

* 340.

* The Hebrew Hammer.

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Iconic HR 715 Video.

I guess it was just those two guys who "mobbed" him on his way around the bases. But I can picture an actual mob in my mind!

Scully: "A Black man is getting a standing ovation in the Deep South."

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15:19: Rags!

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* Wiederer, Tribune: A Week After The Bears' Astonishing State-Of-The-Franchise Address, The City's Ire Has Amplified. Do Chairman George McCaskey And CEO Ted Phillips See Something Everyone Else Doesn't?

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25:20: Comedy QBs.

* Rodgers vs. Peyton.

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41:41: Kris Bryant Beefs.

* Rogers, ESPN Chicago: Kris Bryant Not Having As Much Fun Playing Baseball As Before.

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* Rhodes: 'The Cubs are shedding payroll like it's the coronavirus.'

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55:40: Does Zach LaVine Wear A Cape Or No?

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1:02:25: Blackhawks Blackout.

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1:08:50: Evanston vs. Champaign.

* Northwestern Stretches Losing Streak With Second-Half Runs Against No. 10 Wisconsin.

* Illini Dangerous When They Share The Ball.

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* Lindsey Pulliam's Second Half Dominance Leads Northwestern To 11th Straight Win Against Illinois.

* No. 18 DePaul Women Roll Past Butler.

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STOPPAGE: 20:55

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