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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #363: June Swoons

Cubs suck, Sox survive. Including: Thermo-Bat!; The Captain's Mystery Illness; Who Knew What When?; Former Bulls On Parade; Illinois Exodus; NIL Mill; Wade Grade A; Red Stars Short A Star; Fire Doused; and The Euro.

Beachwood Radio Network · The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #363: June Swoons

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SHOW NOTES

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2:45: Thermo-Bat!

"When playing baseball or softball, it is hard to improve your swing when you can't tell where on the bat you hit the ball," Arlington Heights sixth-grader Lila Nanisetty says. "My invention changes color in the spot that you hit the ball."

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4:58: Cubs Suck Slowly, Then All At Once.

* American Family Field.

* Bernie Brewer.

* "How did you go bankrupt?" Bill asked. "Two ways," Mike said. "Gradually, then suddenly." - Hemingway, The Sun Also Rises

* Dorsey, Sun-Times: It's Time For The Cubs To Have A Real Conversation About Jake Arrieta.

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June swoon.

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Next Drummer Up.

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20:02: Sox Rocks.

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Gavin Sheets is the son of former major leaguer Larry Sheets, not Ben Sheets.

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40:21: The Captain's Mystery Illness.

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43:11: Who Knew What When?

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48:45: Former Bulls On Parade.

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51:45: Illinois Exodus.

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55:17: NIL Mill.

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Geiger counter is what we were looking for. Geiger counter.

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1:02:31: Wade Grade A.

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1:04:10: Red Stars Short A Star.

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1:04:39: Fire Doused.

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1:06:24: The Euro.

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STOPPAGE: 8:04.

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