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  • Sports Feed live from Wrigley for Cubs-Giants

    (CHICAGO) — The calendar turned to September, but the Cubs hope no one wakes them up from how August ended. 22-6 record, best in any many in franchise history since September of 1945. Fifteen game lead in the division, most for a Cubs team since 1907. The Labor Day weekend series with the Giants was circled as a possible NLCS preview early in the season, but now San Francisco is just fighting to make the playoffs. The Giants come to […]

  • Barkley hitting, Bieber kicking in Monday’s Social Fodder

    On Monday night’s Sports Feed, Josh and Jarrett highlight some of the best from social media including Charles Barkley’s attempt at batting practice before the Cubs game, Dana White getting slapped and Justin Bieber kicking it with a soccer superstar.

  • Jared Nightingale is the ‘Crash Davis’ of minor league hockey

    (ROSEMONT) –Jared Nightingale has played more than 600 games for 14 different teams in his 11 year pro career. “I’ve lived in a hotel a few years, last year I played on six different teams,” says the 33-year-old journeyman. “There’s definitely those days, like probably a lot of jobs, where you question where you’re headed. I think that’s okay.” Nightingale may be headed to a different locker room every year (sometimes many different wins per season), but he has never […]

  • Feed on this: Spring training reports and social fodder from Wednesday’s Sports Feed

    (CHICAGO) — With the Cubs and White Sox both in full swing at spring training, Josh Frydman checks in with Addison Russell and Carlos Rodon and what to expect from their sophomore seasons. Plus in social fodder, the Chicago Blackhawks unveil their latest #What’sYourGoal video and two college baseball teams come up with a clever way to pass the time during a rain delay.

  • Feed on this: Blackhawks trade speculation and Cubs #HitForTix promotion

    (CHICAGO) — On Tuesday’s Sports Feed, Jarrett and Josh discuss the Blackhawks trade options as the deadline approaches, while in social fodder they highlight Cubs fans swinging for the wiffle ball fences to win game tickets and John Harbaugh’s adventures at a WWE Raw event.

  • Feed on this: Man Crush Monday and Kobe’s final game in Chicago

    (CHICAGO) –Another edition of Man Crush Monday and a look at Kobe Bryant’s final game at the United Center along with Derrick Rose’s recent string of good games highlights Monday’s Sports Feed.  

  • Feed on this: Man Crushes and Social Fodder from Monday’s Sports Feed

    (CHICAGO) — Jarrett and Josh select their “Man Crush Mondays” and highlight John Scott’s MVP weekend in Nashville and a local 8th grader’s three-quarters court shot to win a conference championship in tonight’s “Social Fodder.”

  • Feed on this: Man Crush Monday and Social Fodder

    (CHICAGO) — Jarrett Payton and Josh Frydman dole out their “Man Crush Monday” selections and give you the best tweets, memes, and videos from the internet in “Social Fodder” on Monday’s Sports Feed.

  • Feed on this: Highlights from Sunday’s Sports Feed

    (CHICAGO) — On Sunday’s Sports Feed, Jarrett Payton and Josh Frydman debated whether chartreuse is a color or name of a dog and highlighted the players and coaches enjoying the wintry conditions during the East Coast blizzard in “Social Fodder.”

  • Feed on this: Thursday’s Sports Feed highlights

    (CHICAGO) — On Thursday’s Sports Feed, Jarrett Payton and Josh Frydman celebrated #NationalHugDay, introduced everyone to “Harbaugh and Chill” and tried their best (or worst) Mike Tyson impressions during Social Fodder.  

  • Curry puts on a show before the game even begins

    (CHICAGO) — It’s become must-see entertainment in NBA arenas across the country: reigning MVP Stephen Curry’s warm-up routine. Yes, fans arrive 90 minutes before tip-off just to watch a player practice. But Curry’s warmups have become a performance art in themselves. WGN and CLTV Sports Feed’s Josh Frydman found fans who were not going to miss the Golden State guard’s opening act at the United Center.

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