Director of Medical Administration for the Cubs Mark O’Neal enlightens Kap, Carm, and Edzo about whether or not pitchers are training differently to avoid dead arms and compares baseball and hockey injuries.
Chicago Cubs head trainer Mark O’Neal escorts Chicago Cubs second baseman Darwin Barney off the field after he was hit by a pitch to his head during the eighth inning of their game at Wrigley Field, in Chicago, on Tuesday, July 31, 2012. (Nuccio DiNuzzo/ Chicago Tribune)
Gordon Wittenmeyer of the Sun-Times calls in with an update from Orlando on if the Cubs will trade Samardzija, how serious the Cubs are when it comes to Masahiro Tanaka and what the Cubs plans are in terms of the … […]
The G’s very own Harry Teinowitz calls Carm and Jordan to talk about Ditka’s ceremony at halftime of the Monday night game versus the Cowboys, to debate McCown versus Cutler, the decision to kick it on second down against the … […]
The Sun-Times’ Mark Lazerus is in Dallas with the boys and joins to discuss what the Hawks will do if Crawford is out for an extended period of time, whether the Blackhawks will retaliate against Stars’ Dominic Roussel and also … […]
Edzo joins the DK Show and talks about why it can be tough to play at home after a long road trip, Andrew Shaw sticking up for his teammates and Kap proposes a contest to decide whether he or Eddie … […]