With the Cubs still struggling on the field with injuries and performance issues, Rice and Anno discuss the really strange case of Miguel Montero. We also vent about people who follow us but don't read our stuff or share this podcast (wink wink), so please do us a solid and help us out!
Rice talks to guest Justin McGuire about possible trade targets for the Cubs come July. We also talk about the happenings around MLB, unwritten rules, and North Carolina nostalgia. Please share us and rate us on iTunes!
Rice and Andy get together after some Cubs mediocrity to look at positive signs from the team during a game in progress. We also talk about the Cubs' 2017 MLB Draft and how they expect to develop pitching for now and for the future.
Rice & Andy talk about the Cubs roster, the MLB Draft coming up, and some pace-of-play stuff. Then Rice & Anno tackle the controversy surrounding Addison Russell...probably not recommended or wise, but what'd you expect from us? Listen, share, and rate us on iTunes!
With the B side of this super-sized Dreamcast, Rice and Ryan Davis talk about the Cubs, MLB, Homer Simpson being "inducted" into the Baseball Hall of Fame, and other assorted baseball-y items. Don't forget to rate us on iTunes and send in questions and comments to worldseriesdreaming at gmail dot com!
On Side A, Rice and guest host Dabynsky talk about the slumping Cubs (what else is new), how we're frustrated but not giving up, and why unwritten rules are stupid. Check out Side B (later on) for our interview with guest Ryan Davis.
Anno and Rice were both stuck in the rainout game on Saturday that meant we had to wait for bobbleheads. Also, talk about the surging Cubs, stupid rules applications, and potpourri as the team heads West over the holiday weekend. Don't forget to rate us on iTunes and send in e-mails! Details here.
Rice gives tribute to the guy who gave us the cool song, then Rice & Son open up a SportsCrate and get totally underwhelmed. The show continues with Rice and Andy talking about the Cubs and their (hopefully) getting out of a prolonged slump and getting back to winning already.
Anno and Rice suggest that the Cubs can just pretty much stand pat and still win 95+ games. What a bunch of homers. We'll try to stick to sports in these very interesting times. Send in questions and stuff to us for our next Dreamcast!