The Cubs Talk Podcast breaks down all things baseball on the North Side. Host Luke Stuckmeyer and a rotating cast, including David Kaplan, Kelly Crull and Tony Andracki, bring insider perspective, regular player interviews, and news updates during the team's pursuit of another championship.
Luke Stuckmeyer sits down with David Kaplan, Chris Kamka and Nate Poppen to discuss Jose Quintana's dominant stretch, the importance of this upcoming homestand, and the best moments of the LLWS Classic.
Examining the roller coaster week that ended with the Cubs winning their first road series since
Jose Quintana appreciation: Chris Kamka delivers some spectacular stats to back up Q's tremendous run since June 29th.
If the Cubs make the playoffs... would you pitch Quintana in Game 1?
The guys pick their favorite moments from the Little League World Series Classic.
Since we are talking about Little League... will we ever see a return to "situational hitting" and "small ball" in Major League Baseball?
Since the ball is "juiced" in 2019 - why are Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo not hitting more home runs? Chris Kamka thinks he has the answer to that question.
Chris Kamka examines the Cubs awful road record - which could have more to do with bad luck than people think.
Preview of this week's homestand, keeping in mind that the Brewers and Cardinals will face each other 6 times over 10 days.
Kap gets in his time machine and plays "what if" the Cubs didn't make a few trades/signings before and after the 2016 World Series.
Kap discusses the "level of expectations" that Cubs fans have now.