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Manager of the Forever. Plus: Playoff-Bound Bears 10-Point Underdogs; Enough About The Bears, Let's Talk About The Cubs; The Bears' Plan; Blackhawks Belabor Banner-Raising; Enough About The Blackhawks, Let's Talk About The Cubs; and Beer Talk.
* The Fridge.
6:10: Manager of the Forever.
* The bat flip:
"Arrieta stood on first base, looking at the left-handed Watson while the left-handed Watson looked at Dexter Fowler. First-base coach Brandon Hyde sneaked in behind Pedro Alvarez to whisper a message into Arrieta's ear.
"The message, probably: take off, if you think you can make it. The rest was up to Arrieta, but he had his permission."
36:35: Playoff-Bound Bears 10-Point Underdogs.
48:28: Enough About The Bears, Let's Talk About The Cubs.
* Starlin Castro's future.
* Dexter Fowler's future:
Dexter Fowler tonight has made himself too expensive for the #Cubs to keep next year.— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) October 8, 2015
* If The Plan was to plow through three managers and four hitting coaches in four years, then fine, yes, The Plan is working.
55:03: The Bears' Plan.
56:57: Blackhawks Belabor Banner-Raising.
1:01: Enough About The Blackhawks, Let's Talk About The Cubs.
1:02:16: Beer Talk.
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