2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
0-0, 1st in NL Cent
What to make of the slow start to MLB's offseason (2:10)
Are the Cubs 'open for business' this offseason? (0:49)
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10dJesse Rogers

Wrigley Field given federal landmark status

Seven years after filing the paperwork, Wrigley Field has been given federal landmark status in the National Register of Historic Places.


Hour 1: Fans at Jerry World?

Keyshawn Johnson, Zubin Mehenti, and Bart Scott begin the show wondering what in the world is up with Jerry Jones? Jerry made comments saying he is expecting more fans at his stadium as the season continues. However, Texas has 1 million positive covid cases so is it smart at all? The guys break it down and wonder if the focus is right. Buster Olney joins the show to discuss Theo Epstein stepping down.

Wilbon has an interesting idea for Epstein's next job (1:21)

PTI: Harden Turns Down $50 Million

Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the Bears' rough MNF performance, James Harden reportedly turning down $50 million per year from the Rockets, Theo Epstein leaving the Cubs, and much more.


ATH: Bucks Get Jrue Holiday

Tony Reali and the national panel discuss how much better the Bucks are after acquiring Jrue Holiday, if the transaction will convince Giannis Antetokounmpo to sign long-term, James Harden reportedly wanting out of Houston, Theo Epstein's decision to step down from the Cubs, and much more.


Greeny Hour 2: Mark Schlereth, Zach Lowe & Jeff Passan

2-time Super Bowl Champion Mark Schlereth starts the hour to discuss the Saints, Bears, NFC East and more. Then... The Lowe Post's Zach Lowe on James Harden's future. ESPN Baseball Insider Jeff Passan has the latest on Theo Epstein and if he could head to Queens. Plus, Greeny finishes with some NBA trivia.

Epstein hoping and expecting to have a third chapter in baseball (1:22)
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Cubs' Tepera lands MVP vote thanks to misclick

Chicago Cubs reliever Ryan Tepera, who was 0-1 with a 3.92 ERA this season, received a single 10th-place vote for NL MVP when a voter clicked on his name on accident.

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Marlins' turnaround nets Mattingly NL MOY honors

Don Mattingly was named National League Manager of the Year on Tuesday after guiding the Marlins to their first winning season since 2009 and their first playoff appearance since 2003 -- all while overcoming a teamwide COVID-19 outbreak.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.22027th
On Base Percentage.31818th
Slugging Percentage.38724th
Earned Run Average3.9910th
Quality Starts0Tied-21st