Bruce Levine and Matt Spiegel were joined by Angels manager Joe Maddon to discuss how he's trying to stay busy during the coronavirus pandemic, to share his thoughts on MLB's return-to-play proposals and to reflect on directing the Cubs to a World Series title in 2016.
Joe Maddon talks to Buster about his relationship with Mike Trout, what sticks out the most about the last day of the 2011 season, the unique passion of Cubs fans, when he plans on rewatching game 7 of the World Series and talking to his mom after winning a championship (1:58).
In the fourth hour, David Schuster and Bruce Levine were joined by K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago to discuss the legacy of former NBA commissioner David Stern, who passed away at 77 on Wednesday. Johnson also discussed the Bulls' recent play and their outlook moving forward. Later, the guys replayed former Cubs manager and new Angels manager Joe Maddon's interview on the Laurence Holmes Show on Monday and then reacted to it.
Laurence Holmes was joined by Cubs manager Joe Maddon to discuss what it has been like this past week as the club collapsed and sits on the verge of being eliminated from playoff contention. Maddon also discussed his future with the organization and whether he wants to return to Chicago after his contract expires at season's end. (9/25/19)