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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #375: Overreaction Everyday

No longer just for Mondays. Including: Fields of Screams; Slouching Toward The Playoffs; The Right Side Of The Rivalry; Developing October; On Wisconsin; Vaxhawks; October Sky; Thorns On Fire; Hail Hawthorne; COVID Drives Online Betting; and Where The Robert Taylor Homes Once Stood: The Women's Chicago Fall Tennis Classic.

Beachwood Radio Network ยท The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #375: Overreaction Everyday

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SHOW NOTES

* 375.

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4:54: Slouching Toward The Playoffs.

* Rosenthal, The Athletic: The White Sox's Late-Season Fade.

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32:36: The Right Side Of The Rivalry.

* Janes, Washington Post: The St. Louis Cardinals, With A Crafty Rotation And History Of Devil Magic, Are Red Hot.

* Goldstein, FanGraphs: The Keys To The Cardinals' Resurgence.

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32:22: Developing October.

* Cards Are Wild.

* Jays, Rays & A's!

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40:55: Fields of Screams.

* Jahns, The Athletic: The Bears' Bulldog: Inside The Rise Of Sean Desai, NFL's First Indian-American Coordinator.

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54:23: On Wisconsin.

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1:00:03: Vaxhawks.

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1:01:51: October Sky.

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1:03:48: Thorns On Fire.

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1:04:04: Fire Score Twice.

* Yet, worse teams exist.

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1:04:29: Hail Hawthorne.

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1:05:10: COVID Drives Online Betting.

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1:05:35: Where The Robert Taylor Homes Once Stood: The Women's Chicago Fall Tennis Classic.

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STOPPAGE: 7:29

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