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SportsTalk Live Podcast: Should Bartman get a World Series Ring?

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SportsTalk Live Podcast: Should Bartman get a World Series Ring?

David Haugh (Chicago Tribune), Phil Rogers (MLB.com) and Jordan Bernfield join Kap on the panel. 

The Cubs fill two needs before the trade deadline.  Are they a lock for postseason baseball?  Meanwhile, the team gives Steve Bartman a World Series ring.  Was it a good move or was it unnecessary?

Ozzie Guillen joins Kap to talk about the state of the White Sox rebuild, his advice to Joe Maddon about trying to repeat and his future plans. 

Plus Bears camp continues in Bourbonnais.  Will this be the only time fans see Mitch Trubisky under center in 2017?

Listen to the lates SportsTalk Live Podcast right here

Cubs Talk Podcast: Did the Cubs have the greatest game 7 of all time?

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Cubs Talk Podcast: Did the Cubs have the greatest game 7 of all time?

The 2016 Cubs World Series win was as epic a game 7 as any, but was it the greatest game 7 ever? Host David Kaplan is joined by NBCS Cubs insider Gordon Wittenmyer as they debate the Cubs World Series win.

(1:50) - Is it an overreaction to say the Cubs World Series win was a great game?

(5:45) - Does the importance of the Cubs winning make it the greatest ever?

(8:20) - Comparisons to other game 7s across sports

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Cubs' Jason Kipnis sets up unique fundraiser for COVID-19 relief

Cubs' Jason Kipnis sets up unique fundraiser for COVID-19 relief

With baseball suspended indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Jason Kipnis is using some of his free time to help those in need.

Kipnis announced Thursday he's set up a Cameo account and will donate portions of the proceeds to coronavirus relief and medical workers. Cameo is a video-sharing platform where people can book personal shout-outs from celebrities, athletes, influencers and more.

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The Cubs second baseman added supporters can request where he donates the proceeds.

Kipnis joins Cubs Hall of Famer Fergie Jenkins in using Cameo to help those affected by the coronavirus.

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