Thursday, September 17, 2020

Group Wellness Check: Chug-Chug, Joe Malonecki & Jen

Among the many topics discussed: Brad's invitation to join the illuminati, our discovery of a FB page called "ChugHub," advice for Brad before getting his hair clippered, feedback from last week's episode, Chug-Chug's Earth Day tips and thoughts for redesigning Wrigley Field, Joe's troubles at home (both with his neighbor's WiFi and his wife South Side Gina, Jen's issues with White Claw, and much more.

Wellness Check Podcast: The Heckler’s South Side corespondent Joe Malonecki

It’s been a long time since Brad and Joe last talked so there was a lot to catch up on. Listen here!

Wellness Check Podcast: Chicago’s 53rd Ward Alderman Ed Bus

Brad checks in with esteemed Ald. Ed Bus of Chicago's 53rd Ward. Among the topics discussed: How Ed and his family are sheltering in place, how Ed's various essential business ventures (Ed Bus Sausages, Ed Bus Truck & Tow, Ed Bus Tuckpointing, and the Ed Bus Chop House) are holding up, what his wife Dorse Carson Pirie Scott Bus is doing during the quarantine, some of Ed's favorite Steven Seagal movies, how protesters would be handled if they showed up at City Hall, why Ed thinks basketball isn't a sport, what the Ed Bus Tumblers are up to these days), and much more.

Wellness Check Podcast: Jon Greenberg from The Athletic

Quarantine enters day 1,930 so it’s time for another Wellness Check. Today’s is with Jon Greenberg from The Athletic. Listen here! Jon got...

Renteria thinks Sox can win 140 Games in 2020

White Sox manager Rick Renteria held court with reporters in Arizona to prognosticate on the 2020 season spewing an optimism not seen in Chicago since Ryan Pace drafted Mitchell Trubisky to be the next Jay Cutler.

Giolito’s jersey retirement ceremony to follow shutout over Royals next month

“No White Sox player will ever wear number 27 again,” team GM Rick Hahn told local scribes at a press conference to announce the retirement of the jersey of pitcher Lucas Giolito on March 26, the day of the team's home opener against Kansas City.

Cubs waiting to see if humanity survives the next few months before making offseason...

With the world teetering on the verge of nuclear destruction, the Cubs have decided to not make any moves this offseason until they are sure that there is anyone alive left to sign at all.