Jim Deshaies, also known as "JD", is a former Major League Baseball (MLB) player, and is currently a color commentator for broadcasts of Chicago Cubs games.
Recent episodes featuring Jim Deshaies
McKnight & Grote: Bears takeaways, Ron Coomer/Jim Deshaies interviews (Hour 3)
Bernstein & McKnight Show
In the final hour, Connor McKnight and Mark Grote discussed Grote's four takeaways from the Bears' preseason loss to the Giants on Friday. Cubs Radio color analyst Ron Coomer and TV analyst Jim Deshaies then joined the show to discuss the team's road struggles, how good the rotation has been lately, outfielder Albert Almora Jr.'s demotion and more.
Levine & Spiegel: Bill Walton experience, Jim Deshaies interview (Hour 2)
Inside The Clubhouse on 670 The Score
In the second hour, Bruce Levine and Matt Spiegel shared their reactions to the joy that was Bill Walton serving as a guest analyst on the White Sox television broadcast with play-by-play man Jason Benetti on Friday night. Later, Cubs television color commentator Jim Deshaies joined the show to discuss the team's recent play before the guys took calls from listeners.
Ep. 281: Cubs Broadcaster Jim Deshaies
MLB.com Edward Jones Chatting Cage
12-year MLB vet and Cubs TV Broadcaster Jim Deshaies steps into the Chatting Cage to talk about the Cubs postseason chances and the addition of Nick Castellanos.
Spiegel: Jim Deshaies, Dan Evans interviews (Hour 3)
Hit & Run with Matt Spiegel
In the third hour, Matt Spiegel was joined by Cubs television color analyst Jim Deshaies to discuss the team's recent play. Later, former White Sox assistant general manager/director of baseball operations Dan Evans joined the show to discuss some of the progressive ideas and tactics the organization implemented during his time with the team.
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KNBR Podcast
Marty talking ball with Jim Deshaies color analyst with the Chicago Cubs along with Len Kasper
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Podcast Count
Total Airtime
13 hours, 51 minutes