Monday, March 30, 2020

Wellness Check Podcast: Len Kasper

It should have been Opening Day today so we wanted to make sure fans get to hear Len’s voice anyway. Listen here!

FIFA to continue accepting bribes during coronavirus pandemic

While sports across the world have postponed or suspended operations during the coronavirus pandemic, FIFA has made it clear there would be no suspension of bribes or such during the unprecedented spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Wellness Check Podcast: Joe Johnson from Obvious Shirts

The quarantine continues! Brad caught up with Joe Johnson at Obvious Shirt’s palatial global headquarters. Listen here!

New Video & Podcast: Scoop Jackson interview

Scoop Jackson talks with Brad and Ethan at V's Barbershop in Bucktown about his new book “The Game is Not a Game,” working on the Nike Kaepernick campaign, MLK Day celebrations, why white people should talk more about race amongst themselves, sneaker culture, his time at SLAM magazine, and much much more.

Cubs surprise everyone by moving to Schaumburg in middle of night

Stealing a page from the old Baltimore Colts, who quickly packed their bags and took off in U-Hauls for Indianapolis in the middle of the night, the Cubs stole away to Schaumburg during the wee hours of the morning Friday. They left a note signed by Tom Ricketts in their "Little League" locker room in Wrigley Field that only said, "We'll call you."

Cubs fans upset about having to go all the way from 720 to 780...

The Cubs announced Tuesday that they'd be leaving their long-time radio home 720 WGN-AM for a competitor, CBS-owned 780 WBBM-AM. Naturally, many fans of the team were outraged at a change they see as a break in tradition and major inconvenience.

Cubs to feature ‘All-PED-Enhanced’ lineup in 2015

"We have come to the realization that the league's approach to banned substances was all backwards," Epstein told reporters. "The problem was not the 'rogue abuser' but the 'goody two-shoes' holdouts who refused to dope. PEDs are a powerful tool, and they are going to power us all the way to the World Series."