Len & Lee: Blackhawks Down, Cubs Up from Hibernation [Listen]"The division on the whole may be better than we thought."
Len & Lin: Keep It Together [Listen]"Whether or not the Cubs won the World Series last year, or if they win five world championships in a row, you know if they lose two or three in a row in any given year, there's going to be some angst."
Len & Lin: Champion Cubs Are Lord of the Rings [Listen]"Did [Pat Hughes] tell you the story of the one-inch triple?"
Len & Lin: The Dawn of a New Era in Wrigleyville [Listen]"Yeah, a lot has changed, I think, since 1908."
Len & Lin: An Eventful Opening to the 2017 Season [Listen]"Thankfully Stephen Piscotty is okay after getting hit for the cycle the other night."
Len & Lin: The Returning Champs of Baseball and Rock n Roll [Listen]"I thought Jon Lester was able to grind it out and keep the team in the game, but Carlos Martinez was really really good."
Lin's 25th Anniversary Encore: Len & Lin [Listen]"I told Theo before the season that this was going to be a special year: Lin Brehmer's 25 years on XRT, so we'd better win a championship."
Lin's 25th Anniversary Encore: Bob Verdi [Listen]Bob Verdi hosted a segment on 93XRT called Athletes Feats with Terri Hemmert in the 1980’s and with me in the 90’s.
Kerry Wood Talks World Series [Listen]"I just think TV builds the drama on [World Series games] a little bit better with the replays and constant commentary on it; when you're there in person, I was watching from a player's standpoint in trying to figure out who they had left in their pen, who we had coming up and who they had coming up."
2 Minute Drill: No Warmth Without Some Coal [Listen]"Hopefully I'll be back next year. Anything can happen, as they say, but I am under contract so I'm looking forward to coming back next year."
No More Wait 'Til Next Year: The 2016 Chicago Cubs Season In Song
Two Minute Drill: Close, but No Cheese [Listen]"It's pretty cool to say that you've played in a top-5 coldest game ever at Soldier Field, but I wish it woulda been a little colder and then it would've been the coldest game ever, because cold is cold at that point, it doesn't get any worse when you're in the single digits."