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[audio http://awmr01.podbean.com/mf/web/mnx65a/Episode013.mp3] In this weeks episode we round up MLB, talk a little Ozzie, wonder aloud if the White Sox are for real, get a little touch and go with the Marlins uniform, we realize that almost no Cubs fans were ready for this season, discuss some Blackhawk hockey, bitch about the Heat, talk some Bulls, […]
[audio http://awmr01.podbean.com/mf/web/xbqf92/Episode012.mp3] for our full catalog of episodes, please subscribe to us on iTunes here. Follow us on Twitter: @sportsproblems In today’s episode we introduce King Troll, Tony Leva (short-e), we talk some Tim Tebow to the Jets, Manning to the Broncos, call Skip Bayless an asshole, talk some Bulls, we talk some Blackhawk Hockey, wonder […]
[audio http://awmr01.podbean.com/mf/web/qz9pzj/Episode011.mp3] In this episode we briefly look at the Brandon Marshall trade, then we go to our true love, baseball. We check in on Jamie Moyer, look at the AL and NL Central, list off our top 10 baseball memories and sit back, relax and strap it down. Enjoy kids, all love and no hate […]
[audio http://awmr01.podbean.com/mf/web/gnc7h/Episode010.mp3] In this episode, we go way off track on everything, question the Bulls, talk about RIP Hamilton, Andy talks smack about the East All-Stars dancing, we talk about the overrated Blake Griffin, Andy asks Siri who Jeremy Lin is, we talk about Hawks struggles, send a shout out to Tony Leva (short e), we […]
[audio http://awmr01.podbean.com/mf/web/pxh9vn/Episode009.mp3] In this episode we absolutely hate on Skullsplitter, talk some Cubs, some Starlin Castro, switch out to PBR, sent a shot across the bow at another show, curb our expectations for the 2012 Cubs season, talk Cubs prospects, lament the Cubs starting rotation, we time travel a little bit, we talk about the […]
In this episode, we forget football ever happened, we review Soxfest, interview Alexei Ramirez and Dayan Viciedo, review a great Chicago brew (not Ronnie Brewer), discuss a lot of baseball, and reveal our favorite sports books of all time.