Nick Shepkowski is the executive producer of the “Bernstein and Goff Show” on 670 The Score on weekdays from 1-6 p.m. He previously was the associate producer of the “Spiegel and Goff Show” on middays, leading the “research and development” part of the show. A fan of all four major sports, Nick follows the NFL, MLB, and college football closest and enjoys sharing his thoughts and research on all. You can follow him on Twitter @Shep670.
Life has been breathed into this matchup, with the Cubs and Brewers sharing some hard feelings now.
MLB is doing away with the traditional form of the intentional walk. And there goes some charming randomness.
The series is 1-1, but the Cubs remain in a good position.
Scully had a way of making every player, at-bat or moment feel special.
The Cubs have the benefit of setting up their playoff rotation, so what order should it go in? There’s are quality options.
As Griffey gets inducted into the Hall of Fame this weekend, he carries the memories of a backward cap-wearing generation with him.
You know you’re better off without Castro, just like he’s probably better off not being with you.
The “Lovable Losers” tag is gone. Now, the Cubs can hope dislike comes their way in the form of sustained winning.
Given Sale’s talent and bargain contract, a haul of young talent would be needed for the White Sox to make a deal.
Dexter Fowler struggled in his third plate appearances against starting pitchers in 2015.
Like those Indians had, these Cubs have bright futures ahead, and the eye test and history tell us they could be special.
No one would know who to root for if Saban and Meyer ever meet in a national title.
With the additions of Brett Lawrie and Todd Frazier, the White Sox go from awful to above-average at second and third.
Arrieta had a historic season that we may never see in this city again.
The Cubs may be chasing Jason Heyward now with the idea of using him in center and then transitioning him to right field.
The crazy events of Sept. 28, 2011, helped push Theo Epstein to Chicago.
Need some extra cash? Believe in the Ravens and expect the Titans to be supremely awful.
Jon Lester’s isn’t always throwing like a $155-million man, but he’s a huge reason the Cubs are in contention.
Samardzija’s fastball has regressed, and his slider is no longer a reliable weapon.
The tenures of John Paxson and Gar Forman have constantly ended in disappointment.