Cubs Win! Back-to-back road victories in New York means the Cubs captured another series win on the road! Brian Mischler and Patrick Mooney jump on the mic to discuss the win, despite the Cubs seemingly trying to give it away, and preview the series finale on Thursday! LISTEN:Apple Podcasts| Spotify | Google Podcasts | Breaker | Anchor Follow us on Twitter! @CubbiesOnTap
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Cubs Win! Ron Luce and Nick Hudson FINALLY get to recap a Cubs’ victory! The guys talk about the game against the Mets, from Yu Darvish to Javy Baez, before switching gears and looking ahead to, hopefully, another Cubs win! LISTEN:Apple Podcasts| Spotify | Google Podcasts | Breaker | Anchor Follow us on Twitter! @CubbiesOnTap Featured Photo: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
With largely the same roster as the 2016 World Series team, it’s frustrating to watch the Cubs consistently underachieve relative to their talent level.
Cubs win! Cubs sweep the Giants at Wrigley today, winning the series finale 1 – 0. Ron Luce runs solo tonight recapping the pitchers duel that was today at Wrigley before previewing tomorrow’s game to open the Nationals series. Ron will be at the ballpark in the bleachers so listeners… if you’re around, say hello
With a healthy Cole Hamels and the resurgence of Yu Darvish, the Cubs’ starting pitching staff looks to be elite.
The Juice Man and Ron Luce recap the Cubs thrilling 6-5 win over the Oakland A’s. The guys talk Javier Baez, Nicholas Castellanos and more before transitioning to tomorrow’s match-up at Wrigley Field! LISTEN:Apple Podcasts| Spotify | Google Podcasts | Breaker | Anchor Follow us on Twitter! @CubbiesOnTap Featured Photo: ESPN.com
Patrick Mooney is joined by his hosts Buzz and Tony Marchese to break down the Cubs 3-2 loss to the Brewers. Being the only Cubs expert on the episode, Patrick takes you through Friday night’s loss and previews Saturday night’s matchup in Milwaukee. LISTEN:Spotify | Google Podcasts | Breaker | Anchor Coming to Apple Podcasts and additional platforms soon! Featured Photo:
Cubs 7/21/19 postgame show and 7/22/19 preview
The idea that the front office is to blame for the lack of production on the field is utterly insane given their track record with the Cubs.
The Cubs fought to get back into the game late, but ultimately fell to the White Sox in the last game of the Crosstown Classic.