Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you week in sports on The Beat: The guys discuss the new look Bears after a strong start in the free agent market; we have an impromptu visit from Ed Farmer, who digs into his deep well of stories for a good one involving Chris Sale; UMBC Director of Sports Marketing Ben Seidel talks about his work on the Retrievers’ Twitter account during the team’s historic win over UVA; the Blackhawks baritone himself, Jim Cornelison drops by for a special St....
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz talk with UMBC Director of Multimedia Comm./Sports Marketing Zach Seidel, who was in charge of running the Retrievers’ now-infamous Twitter account during their historic upset of Virginia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. He talks about when during the game he decided to start having fun and chirping the naysayers (including Seth Davis), and more.
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz run down the week in White Sox Baseball: Director of Player Development Chris Getz joins the show and talks about stepping off the field and into the front office at a relatively young age, and balancing “game plans” and timetables vs performance results when it comes to dealing with young talent; the guys discuss possible impact players in the outfield this year and down the road, and more.
Mark Carman has your weekly look inside White Sox Baseball: Chicago Tribune Sox beat writer Chris Kuc reports from Mesa following a 4-4 Crosstown tie with the Cubs. They talk about Michael Kopech’s ceiling for the season and the setback for Luis Robert after spraining his thumb; Sox shortstop Tim Anderson joins the show and discusses his definition of success in 2018; we hear Adam Hoge’s Sports Central conversation with OF/baserunning instructor Aaron Rowand, and more.
Mark Carman has your weekly look inside White Sox baseball: hitting coach Todd Steverson breaks down the process of forging a relationship with the young Sox hitters and helping them develop their own approach the plate; TV voice Jason Benetti talks ‘Beat Benetti’ and taking down Eloy Jimenez in ‘Mario Kart’; Director of Amateur Scouting Nick Hostetler discusses what he saw early on with Yoan Moncada while he was still in Cuba, the value of getting soon-to-be HOFer Jim Thome […]
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you White Sox Weekly for February 24, 2018. They guys talk about Carlos Rodon now sitting out the spring, RHP Carson Fulmer joins the show as prepares to build on a strong end of 2017 and shoot for a spot in the Sox starting rotation; we hear from Adam Hoge and Chris Boden’s Sports Central conversation with GM Rick Hahn, who talks about some of the positive indicators he’s looking for in camp, and more.
White Sox righthander Carson Fulmer joins Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz on White Sox Weekly to discuss his hopes to build on a strong end of 2017 and slot into the starting rotation, the value of that experience in terms of getting comfortable with the speed of the big league game, the importance of his consistency with the fastball, the clubhouse dynamic among the Sox youth movement, and more.
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you the inaugural edition of White Sox Weekly on the new home of White Sox baseball, 720 WGN. The guys explain their Sox credibility to skeptical fans and discuss MLB’s ongoing free agent freeze. Analyst Darrin Jackson joins the show and breaks down Yoan Moncada’s approach and the prospect of a Tim Anderson bounce-back heading into 2018; pitching coach Don Cooper breaks down Lucas Giolito’s work ethic, and more.
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you the week in sports on The Beat: We crack the seal on the South Side era at WGN Radio with the inaugural edition of White Sox Weekly featuring Darrin Jackson and Don Cooper; callers share their favorite Michael Jordan moments- on and off the court- as we celebrate the GOAT’s 55th birthday; a male cheerleader getting the boot from an NCAA basketball game sparks a discussion on the pros and cons of the […]
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you the week in sports on The Beat: Yu Darvish is a Cub and we talk with Rangers pre/post game host Jared Sandler and Chicago Tribune Cubs beat writer Mark Gonzales to break down the six year, $126 million guaranteed deal and how the righthander will slot into the rotation; the guys hear Rob Gronkowski’s 911 call after his home was burglarized over Super Bowl weekend; Zack Lavine takes a leap in his rehab against Thibs’ T-Wolves, and more.
103.5 The Fan Texas Rangers pre- and postgame host Jared Sandler joins Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz as Yu Darvish and the Cubs agree to terms on a six year, $126 million deal. Sandler discusses some of what he’s seen from Yu’s time in Arlington including the debate on whether or not he’s a true “ace” or a guy with “ace stuff”, how important it is for Yu to have consistent command of his fastball to go deep into games, […]
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz get you ready for Super Bowl Sunday on The Beat: Carm spent some time in Minneapolis on Radio Row this week and we hear from Pats kicker Jake Elliott, HOFer Terry Bradshaw and Falcons President Rich McKay. Chicago Tribune A&E reporter Steve Johnson tells us what to expect from this year’s slate of commercials; Adam Hoge checks in after Brian Urlacher’s election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame; legendary bartenders Frankie O. of Harry […]
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you the week in sports on The Beat: Jason Benetti checks in with some positive vibes from SoxFest; the guys debate the merits of Kiss Cam as part of the sports in-game experience; we look at the ugliness unfolding in East Lansing as a sex abuse cover up scandal hits Michigan State; we weigh the BWAA’s Baseball Hall selections; Sam Panayatovich stops by to talk about his move to Vegas and Brent Musburger’s VSiN, and […]
White Sox TV play-by play man Jason Benetti checks in with Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz from SoxFest, where excitement is high for a South Side farm system stocked with young talent. They discuss Lucas Giolito’s big potential and “mechanical” approach to pitching, Hawk Harrelson’s impending retirement, 2018 as a bounce back year for Tim Anderson, and more.
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you The Beat: The guys debate the superiority of the Super Bowl vs. Championship Sunday and Carm has a Niko Mirotic sighting in public; Alexandra Ilitch of WLNS Lansing joins the show to discuss the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal and Larry Nassar sentencing hearing; Kevin Durant puts Carm on an elite professional level; Fansided NFL editor Josh Hill previews your Championship Sunday contests; Chris Boden checks in from the United Center ahead of […]
Fansided NFL editor Josh Hill joins Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz to preview Sunday’s AFC and NFC Championship games and discusses whether or not Jacksonville’s defense is going to be enough to stop the Patriots’ and a less-than-100% Tom Brady, the key for the Eagles to get pressure Case Keenum and force the Vikings to keep the ball on the ground and the challenge for Nick Foles to stand up to Minnesota’s veteran defensive core, and more.
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz talk with reporter Alexandra Ilitch of WLNS-TV Lansing, who is covering the sentencing hearing for former USA Gymnastics physician Larry Nassar. She discusses the powerful victim impact statements made by former gymnasts and how statements from well-known victims like Aly Raisman have helped raise the scandal’s profile, Nassar’s close relationship with Team USA coach John Geddart and the alleged “good cop, bad cop” routine that often sent gymnasts to Nassar,...
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you the Saturday edition of The Beat: the guys discuss Matt Nagy’s hiring as the head coach of the Bears, and of course a name-pronunciation argument comes up; former Kansas City Chief and BTN analyst Danan Hughes joins the show to break down Nagy’s offensive prowess (and being in early on Kyle Schwarber); Tom Ricketts lays out a path to redemption for Sammy Sosa at the Cubs Convention; Bulls radio analyst Bill Wennington joins […]
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you the Saturday edition of The Beat: with rumors swirling of a rift between Patriots owner Bob Kraft, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, the guys evaluate each guy’s value on the (hypothetical) open market; we hear from HOF running back LaDanian Tomlinson on watching some of his old peers still competing on the field; WGN Blackhawks analyst Troy Murray sets the stage for the second half of the season and a team in need […]
WGN Blackhawks color analyst Troy Murray joins Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz as the Hawks begin an 8-out-of-9 game home stretch with a competitive loss to the Vegas Golden Knights, and try to make up some ground in the Central Division standings after an inconsistent first half.