In the final hour, Zach Zaidman and Tom Thayer were joined by Cubs Radio analyst Ron Coomer for the full hour to discuss the latest gloomy news regarding the MLB labor negotiations. Later, stand-up comedian and Chicago native Tom Dreesen joined the show to share some stories about the 1985 Bears and Frank Sinatra.
Following the airing of the 30 for 30 documentary "Lone Gone Summer" on ESPN on Sunday night, Cubs Radio play by-play man Pat Hughes, analyst Ron Coomer and Score baseball insider Bruce Levine reflected on the 1998 home run chase between Cardinals first baseman Mark McGwire and Cubs outfielder Sammy Sosa. They shared their favorite moments, took calls from listeners and discussed the impact that McGwire and Sosa had on the game of baseball.
In the final hour, Zach Zaidman and Tom Thayer were joined by Cubs Radio analyst Ron Coomer for the entire hour. They discussed MLB's return-to-play proposals and what it will be like to see and broadcast games with no fans in attendance. Coomer also shared his thoughts on "The Last Dance."
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Cubs Radio analyst Ron Coomer to discuss MLB's latest return-to-play proposal and what the players' union is looking for in labor talks with the owners. Also, how would the Cubs fare in a condensed season?