Spring training’s here, and we can see coming that which we love: baseball.
In former Cubs broadcaster Bob Brenly’s words, his negotiations with the Cubs on a new deal this offseason just sort of fell apart.
Jim Deshaies was not that fantastic at Wrigley Field during his career with various teams, starting eight games, going 2-3 with a 6.98 ERA.
The day after the Cubs announced Jim Deshaies would be joining Len Kasper in the TV booth, the veteran pitcher and broadcaster joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show.
Len Kasper has a partner again.