Ever wondered which Crosstown player or manager you are most like?
With the Cubs and Sox ready to renew their rivalry June 18-19 on NBC Sports Chicago, this quiz is your chance to find out:
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In a special episode, we celebrate the 21st anniversary of Kerry Wood's record-setting 20-strikeout performance with an audio retrospective of that historic game. Hear all the key calls as they were broadcast in 1998, as well as commentary at key points from Kerry himself as he watched the game with us two decades later.
1:50 - Start of WGN broadcast of Cubs vs. Astros at Wrigley Field on May 6th, 1998
3:38 - Ricky Gutiérrez spoils the no-hitter in the top of the 3rd on controversial play
4:53 - Wood throws two nasty sliders in the 4th to get Jeff Bagwell to strikeout
7:32 - Wood gets strikeout No. 10 and 11
9:23 - Rain begins to fall in the 7th inning, giving Wood a slight edge against the Astros hitters as he strikes out the side
14:56 - 9th inning begins as Wood is set to make history
17:20 - "Here comes the hook!" - Chip Caray calls the historic 20th strikeout of Kerry Wood
18:39 - Wood recalls his nervous interview with Steve Stone and Chip Caray after the game
[WATCH] Kerry Wood joins us in-studio and watches his 20-strikeout performance from 1998
Cubs Talk Podcast
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With the 2017 season in the books, Chuck Garfien, Dan Hayes, Ryan McGuffey and Chris Kamka take a look back at what happened with the White Sox in 2017 and look ahead to moves they might make this offseason and into next season.
Later, Garfien, McGuffey and Kamka look back at the predictions they made back in March and compete for a prize off the Jason Benetti/Steve Stone prize shelf — a broken White Sox gnome.
Also, they discuss what deals the White Sox could make during the offseason. Plus, who will be the White Sox center fielder and third baseman in 2018? When will Michael Kopech be called up? Who will start Opening Day? Why Rick Renteria is the long-term answer as White Sox manager and a whole lot more.
Listen to the latest White Sox Talk Podcast right here: