670 Cubs Pregame/Postgame Shows Extended In Playoffs; Len Kasper Added To BroadcastsCubs pregame with Mark Grote will now start one hour before first pitch, and postgame shows will run 90 minutes.
Cubs TV Broadcasters Len Kasper, Jim Deshaies Sign 3-Year ExtensionsCubs president of business operations Crane Kenney called the duo the "best team in baseball."
Len Kasper On What Kyle Hendricks Needs To Do To Win Cy Young: Take ERA Title By A Solid AmountHendricks leads the big leagues with a 2.07 ERA.
Bernstein: Experts Ready For DH In National LeagueIt's not "if." It's "when."
5 Dumb Tweets To Len Kasper During Arrieta's No-Hit BidIf not for Len Kasper, the Cubs wouldn't have allowed a hit this season, so says Twitter.
Anthony Rizzo Told Cancer Patient He'd Homer For Him, Then Went Yard TwiceRizzo is fast becoming a fan favorite in Chicago.
Baffoe: Look Forward With Cubs' Departure From WGN Radio, Not BackwardDon't scream for tradition when tradition has created zero championships in the past 100 years.
Baffoe: Attempting To Restore Enthusiasm To The Crosstown SeriesHow about a day-night doubleheader, with one game at the Cell and one at Wrigley?
Mac & Spiegs Agenda: Blackhawks' Sochi Hangover, Doc Emrick & Much MoreCheck out what's on the slate for Friday's show.
Lindholm: A Paean To Spring TrainingSpring training's here, and we can see coming that which we love: baseball.
Brenly: Tribune 'Disorganization' Led To Cubs Deal Falling Apart In former Cubs broadcaster Bob Brenly's words, his negotiations with the Cubs on a new deal this offseason just sort of fell apart.
Deshaies: Cubs Job Is 'The Best In Baseball'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.
Cubs Hire Astros' Deshaies To Replace BrenlyLen Kasper has a partner again.
Baffoe: Analyzing The Potential Cubs AnalystsThe search for a Cubs TV color analyst seems to be down to five men. And in typical Cub fashion not a one of the names is terribly exciting.
Wisch: Analyze This, Cubs Fans: How About Kruk As Color Man?When it comes to replacing Bob Brenly in the TV booth, the Chicago Cubs don’t just need a color man for 2013.