In the third hour, Dan McNeil and Danny Parkins discussed who they believe is the favorite to win the Bears' quarterback competition between Mitchell Trubisky and Nick Foles. Later, Jon Morosi of MLB Network and Fox Sports joined the show to discuss the impact that the coronavirus has had on his family, his memories of White Sox radio play-by-play man Ed Farmer and MLB's plan for how it might return after the pandemic passes.
Dan McNeil and Danny Parkins opened their show by reflecting on the life and legacy of former MLB pitcher and White Sox radio play-by-play man Ed Farmer, who passed away Wednesday night at age 70. Farmer was a one of a kind man who had a special relationship with the whole show crew. Later, the guys listened in on Gov. J.B. Pritzker's daily press conference addressing the coronavirus outbreak.
In the last hour, Dan McNeil and Danny Parkins were joined by Bears Radio analyst Tom Thayer for another #ScoreStories segment. Thayer shared stories of the Super Bowl-winning 1985 Bears, described what it was like playing for Hall of Fame coach Don Shula later in his career and discussed golfing with Michael Jordan.