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In the final hour after some connection issues, Chris Rongey was joined by Mike Ferrin of MLB Network Radio to discuss the White Sox and their outlook in the playoffs. Later, good friend and WBBM sideline reporter Mark Grote joined the show to preview the Bears-Rams matchup Sunday night. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Filling in for Matt Spiegel, Chris Rongey opened Hit & Run by breaking down the White Sox's tough 9-8 loss to the Red Sox in 10 innings Saturday. Later, Ryan McGuffey of NBC Sports Chicago joined the show to discuss more White Sox storylines. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי Audacy
 
In the third hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by FanGraphs national writer Kevin Goldstein to discuss the "what if" surrounding White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu regarding if he came to MLB sooner in his career. Later, Spiegel took calls on the White Sox and Red Sox slugger Kyle Schwarber. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Matt Spiegel opened his show by recapping the week of Chicago baseball. After that, he explained why he's OK with Tony La Russa as the White Sox's manager and how La Russa could lead the team to a title. Later, Spiegs showered praise on Cubs first baseman Frank Schwindel. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In the second hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by Sahadev Sharma of the Athletic to discuss the Cubs and who will be on the 2022 roster. After that, Cubs Radio analyst Ron Coomer joined the show to discuss the team's new players. Later, Spiegel gave love to the best ballpark food he has even eaten. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In the final hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by Jon Greenberg of the Athletic to discuss the bleakness of these Cubs. Later, Spiegel discussed Cubs infielder Patrick Wisdom's candidacy to win the National League Rookie of the Year award. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי Audacy
 
In the third hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by Paul Sullivan of the Tribune to discuss the idea of Chicago baseball fans "switching sides" in their rooting interests. Sullivan shared a history of fandom in this city. After that, Spiegel took calls from listeners who shared their "switching sides" stories. Later, Spiegel discussed how White Sox catch…
 
In the second hour, Matt Spiegel shared his 26-man "All City" roster featuring a lot of White Sox and ... some Cubs players. After that, Marquee Sports Network analyst Doug Glanville joined the show to discuss the mentality of players who have been traded and the importance of coaches teaching their players. Also, White Sox slugger Eloy Jimenez mad…
 
Matt Spiegel opened his show by asking the audience if the White Sox pass the "eye test" as World Series contenders, taking calls from listeners on the subject. After that, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum president Bob Kendrick joined the show to discuss the museum, the history of the Negro Leagues and the connection to Major League Baseball. See omn…
 
In the final hour, Chris Rongey discussed the latest White Sox storylines, including manager Tony La Russa admitting that he made a poor decision to remove ace reliever Craig Kimbrel in a key moment Friday. Later, Rongey took calls from listeners. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי Audacy
 
In the third hour, Chris Rongey discussed the latest Cubs storylines before they hosted the Royals in a series finale Sunday afternoon. After that, the crew replayed Cubs first baseman Frank Schwindel's interview on Inside the Clubhouse on Saturday. Later, Rongey reacted to former Cubs star Kris Bryant's recent comment about how much he loves playi…
 
In the second hour, Chris Rongey was joined by NBC Sports Chicago analyst Steve Stone to discuss the White Sox's struggles against playoff-caliber teams, left-hander Dallas Keuchel's rough stretch, left-hander Carlos Rodon nearing a return from injury and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Filling in for Matt Spiegel, Chris Rongey opened his show by discussing the Cubs and White Sox each suffering losses Saturday. Later, Jared Wyllys of MLB.com joined the show to preview the Cubs-Royals game Sunday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי Audacy
 
In the second hour, Matt Spiegel discussed Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale's dominant return to action for Boston and the hole that was "in Sale's chest" for the past two years. After that, Spiegel discussed perhaps the best debut ever, as Diamondbacks left-hander Tyler Gilberg threw a no-hitter Saturday in his first MLB start. Later, Fort Wayne Tin…
 
Matt Spiegel opened his show by discussing the White Sox's wild 7-5 loss to the Yankees in 10 innings Saturday night. After what he saw, Spiegel is wondering whether the the White Sox are better with Craig Kimbrel as their closer rather than Liam Hendriks. Later, Spiegel transitioned his show to what he called "Bump & Run," as he broke down Bears r…
 
Matt Spiegel opened his show by discussing the White Sox winning the first two games of the Crosstown Classic against the Cubs. After that, NBC Sports Chicago analyst Steve Stone joined the show to discuss the White Sox's bullpen and how the team will utilize center fielder Luis Robert when he's back from injury. Stone also shared great stories abo…
 
In the final hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by Sahadev Sharma of the Athletic to discuss the state of the Cubs' farm system after the team's recent flurry of trades. After that, Spiegel pondered a couple questions. Can the White Sox's offense get right? Also, who gets removed from the 40-man roster when center fielder Luis Robert is activated? Final…
 
In the second hour, Matt Spiegel discussed Yankees first baseman Anthony Rizzo testing positive for COVID-19 and then took calls from listeners on White Sox star reliever Craig Kimbrel getting the call to handle the eighth inning Friday and Saturday. He also listened and reacted to Kimbrel's comments on how working the eighth inning is different fr…
 
In the last hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by former All-Star pitcher and three-time World Series champion Dave Stewart, who discussed his relationship with manager Tony La Russa, for whom he played for in Oakland. Stewart also explained why he believes the White Sox are the favorites to win the World Series and how Liam Hendriks has turned into the…
 
In the second hour, Matt Spiegel discussed the Cubs' trades of first baseman Anthony Rizzo to the Yankees and shortstop Javier Baez to the Mets. Each player made a strong impression in his debut for his new team. After that, Spiegel discussed how the White Sox will use right-hander Michael Kopech for the remainder of the 2021 season. Later, he brok…
 
Matt Spiegel opened his show by reacting to a chaotic last few days in Chicago baseball as the trade deadline came and went. As the Cubs sold the core of their 2016 championship team, the White Sox were big buyers, adding All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel in a crosstown trade. Spiegel then took calls from Score listeners on the moves the Cubs and White…
 
In the third hour, Ramie Makhlouf was joined by Scott Merkin of MLB.com to discuss the possible moves the White Sox could make ahead of the trade deadline Friday. Later, Makhlouf took calls from Score listeners on what they want to see their respective team do at the deadline. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In the second hour, Ramie Makhlouf was joined by Patrick Mooney of the Athletic to discuss which Cubs players could be dealt ahead of the trade deadline Friday. Later, Makhlouf assessed the work of Cubs manager David Ross in his first full 162-game season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In the final hour, Ramie Mahklouf was joined by Will Sammon of the Athletic to preview the Brewers-White Sox game on Sunday Night Baseball. After that, Makhlouf and the crew brought back Score audio wizard Chris Tannehill's tribute to legendary White Sox broadcaster Ken "Hawk" Harrelson as he entered the National Baseball Hall of Fame during a cere…
 
Sitting in for Matt Spiegel, Ramie Makhlouf opened his show by discussing the White Sox's needs ahead of the trade deadline Friday. After that, he took calls from listeners on the topic. Later, Score baseball insider Bruce Levine joined the show to discuss the mindset of the Cubs and White Sox ahead of the trade deadline. See omnystudio.com/listene…
 
In the final hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by former Cubs and White Sox pitcher Clayton Richard to discuss his career, life as a two-sports athlete and more. Later, Andy McCullough of the Athletic joined the show to discuss the in-depth profile he wrote recently on White Sox manager Tony La Russa. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information…
 
In the second hour, Matt Spiegel reacted to the White Sox signing ace Lance Lynn to a two-year, $38-million contract extension. He also shared audio from Lynn and White Sox manager Tony La Russa on Lynn's extension. Later, Spiegel took calls from Cubs and White Sox fans, and Roberta in Berkley had a lot to share. See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
Matt Spiegel opened his show by breaking down the White Sox's 10-1 win against the Astros on Saturday evening, which featured rookie infielder Jake Burger hitting his first career homer in the big leagues. After that, Spiegel discussed the fallout from Cubs catcher Willson Contreras' criticism of his teammates before the All-Star break. Later, he d…
 
In the final hour, Matt Spiegel welcomed on Fangraphs writer Kevin Goldstein to preview the MLB amateur draft, which begins Sunday evening. Later, NBC Sports Bay Area reporter Jessica Kleinschmidt joined the show to discuss the strengths of the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants and how each team's approach impacts the MLB trade market. See…
 
In the second hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by Diamondbacks broadcaster and MLB Network Radio host Mike Ferrin, who will be on the call for the MLB Futures Game on Sunday. After that, Spiegel dissected the Cubs' struggles as they head into the All-Star break with a below-.500 record. Later, New York Mets play-by-play broadcaster Wayne Randazzo join…
 
Matt Spiegel opened his show by reacting to White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson's selection to the All-Star Game. He then discussed Cubs catcher Willson Contreras' candid comments calling out his teammates for a lack of effort in a 6-0 loss to the Cardinals on Saturday evening. After that, Mike Persak of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette joined the show to …
 
In the second hour, Matt Spiegel discussed White Sox infielder Jake Burger making his MLB debut Friday. He listened to sound from Burger, teammate Gavin Sheets and general manager Rick Hahn on how Burger got to this point. After that, Spiegel discussed a scouting report that was unearthed from 2011 on White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodon. Later, a Ra…
 
Matt Spiegel opened his show by discussing how Chicago's two baseball teams need to have opposite approaches at the trade deadline. The White Sox need to buy, and the Cubs should sell. But whom should the Cubs sell? Spiegel took calls from listeners on that topic. Later, he tried to become a millionaire by answering this question: Which team has th…
 
In the final hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by Cubs Radio analyst Ron Coomer to discuss the team's combined no-hitter in a win against the Dodgers on Thursday, closer Craig Kimbrel's success and MLB's crackdown on pitchers using foreign substances. After that, Spiegel reacted to White Sox manager Tony La Russa's comments about the team's interest in…
 
In the second hour, Matt Spiegel shared the latest Cubs and White Sox injury updates. When could their key players be back? After that, he reflected on how the first week of MLB umpires checking pitchers for foreign substances went. Later, he previewed the Cubs-Brewers series, which begins Monday. Can the Cubs solve the pitching trio of Brandon Woo…
 
Matt Spiegel opened his show by reacting to rumors of the White Sox nearing an agreement to acquire Diamondbacks infielder Eduardo Escobar in a trade. Bob Nightengale of USA Today reported that it happened ... even though it didn't yet. After that, Spiegel discussed the Cubs being upset with a replay review that cost them a key home run in a 3-2 lo…
 
In the third hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by Rick Giolito, the father of White Sox ace Lucas Giolito. They discussed Lucas' journey to the big leagues and what type of pitcher Rick envisioned his son being. After that, Spiegel took more calls from listeners who shared memories of their dads on Father's Day. Later, 670 host Laurence Holmes joined t…
 
In the second hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by Mike Bryant, the father of Cubs star Kris Bryant. They discussed Kris' journey to MLB, how Mike went about teaching his son the game and his relationship with Ted Williams and Oil Can Boyd. Later, listeners shared memories of their dads on Father's Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
 
Matt Spiegel opened his show by recapping the Cubs and White Sox both struggling over the last few days. Later, Spiegel welcomed on his dad, Herb, for a Father's Day chat and to learn more about how he got into the game of baseball. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי Audacy
 
In the final hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by Kevin Goldstein of Fangraphs to discuss how teams might go about finding trade opportunities as the deadline looms July 30. Later, Spiegs shared what he believes have been the key reasons the Cubs and White Sox have found success amid a spate of injuries. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informat…
 
In the second hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by Sean Marshall of the Marquee Sports Network to discuss how the Cubs have managed to be so good the last couple of months despite suffering so many injuries. Later, Spiegs discussed a new innovation the Cubs have on their right-field scoreboard at Wrigley Field -- and it's something he takes full credit…
 
Matt Spiegel opened his show by marveling at how well the White Sox and Cubs have each weathered the storm through significant injuries. After that, a caller shared the belief that the White Sox aren't legitimate due to their losing record against winning teams. Meanwhile, the Cubs are legit as they are above .500 against winning teams -- but is he…
 
In the third hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by Sarah Langs of MLB.com to discuss Angels star Shohei Ohtani's video game statistics after he struck out 10 and walked none in his last outing. After that, the crew shared White Sox manager Tony La Russa's long answer on his decision to call for a sacrifice bunt that was unsuccessful in the sixth inning …
 
In the second hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by Travis Sawchik of theScore to discuss pitchers using illegal substances and when MLB could start cracking down on the use of them. After that, Spiegel compared pitching numbers from here in 2021 to those in 1968, which was known as the "Year of the Pitcher." Later, he was joined by Cubs relief pitcher …
 
Matt Spiegel opened his show by reacting to the Cubs losing three straight to start their West Coast road trip and the White Sox remaining in first place in the AL Central while trying to put out fires started by their manager. After that, Spiegel broke down White Sox manager Tony La Russa's decision to have utilityman Danny Mendick unsuccessfully …
 
In the final hour, Chris Rongey was joined by Russell Dorsey of the Sun-Times and the Sports Adjacent podcast to discuss the latest Cubs storylines. Later, Rongey reacted to White Sox closer Liam Hendriks addressing the Cubs getting more media attention than his South Siders. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
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