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MAKE. FANBOY. CUBS. MEDIA. STOP. Plus: Our World Series Predictions, In Which Neither Of Us Pick The Cubs; As The Blackhawks Suddenly Turn; The Magnetic Derrick Rose; Bears Sign More No-Name Linemen; Media Mistakes Activity For Genius; Let She Who Generates More Revenue Earn More Money; Cheaters Prosper!; and The Everton Minute.
1:06: Kill Cubs Media.
* No way! Classic!
Moments before that last pic one of them peed on Rizzo. Love it— Jesse Rogers (@ESPNChiCubs) March 25, 2016
* Make. It. Stop.
Where Kris Bryant hones his craft in the offseason with his guitar playing dad, Mike. pic.twitter.com/s2dcK9Njzd— Jesse Rogers (@ESPNChiCubs) March 31, 2016
Travis Wood playing WR https://t.co/M0DxJ0r9b7— Jesse Rogers (@ESPNChiCubs) March 30, 2016
* April Fuld.
* SI.com: Scouts' Takes.
* Everyone is Vine Line now.
* Steve's WS Pick: Blue Jays vs. Diamondbacks.
* Jake is a Jerk.
Jake Arrieta "admonished" reporter Bruce Levine for asking about his blister, according to The Score's latest update. #NotSoCubbyCute— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) March 31, 2016
* Jim's WS Pick: Mets vs. Royals.
* Defense matters.
48:40 As The Blackhawks Suddenly Turn.
* Breaking: Duncan Keith Suspended Six Games.
58:10: The Magnetic Derrick Rose.
1:02:00: Bears Sign More No-Name Linemen; Media Mistakes Activity For Genius.
1:03:46: Let She Who Generates More Revenue Earn More Money.
To head off "But do the women bring in equal revenues?" bros: Yes. In FY2017 USWNT will pull in $8M more than USMNT: pic.twitter.com/Iof0ZCLCOb— Danny Page (@DannyPage) March 31, 2016
1:07:25: Cheaters Prosper!
1:08:35: The Everton Minute: Bold Claim Over Finances!
* "Ardavan Farhad Moshiri is a British-Iranian businessman and investor who resides in Monaco. Moshiri owns and has shares in numerous steel and energy companies in the UK and Russia."
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