Steve Rosnebloom talks Chicago sports on 670 The Score
On a shortened version of Saturday Suckage this week before the Cubs broadcast, Steve Rosenbloom previewed the Bears-Giants game Sunday. After that, Score teammate Cam Ellis joined the show to discuss the latest Bears storylines and to break down the matchup.
In the final hour, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by WBBM football analyst Jim Schwantz to preview the Bears-Texans game Sunday. And why has Bears linebacker Roquan Smith not looked like himself early on this season? Later, Rosenbloom and the crew played back Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy's famous tirade on the anniversary of it and compared it to a famous Chicago rant.
In the second hour, Steve Rosenbloom welcomed on longtime MLB writer Mark Gonzales to discuss the White Sox's disappointing season. How much of it was manager Tony La Russa's fault? Later, Score teammate Cody Westerlund joined the show to discuss the Bulls' outlook for the new season in the aftermath of the news that starting guard Lonzo Ball will need another left knee surgery.
Steve Rosenbloom opened his show by previewing the Bears-Texans game Sunday. Were you OK with the Bears' play-calling in their loss to the Packers last week? Rosenbloom explained why he wasn't. Also, the ugly end has arrived for the White Sox, so Rosenbloom shared his eulogy. Later, Score host and producer Adam Studzinski joined the show for another great edition of Studz & Meatballs.
In the final hour, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by Meghan Montemurro of the Tribune to discuss Cubs president of baseball operations Jed Hoyer's recent comments comparing the current club to the 2014 team. Later, Rosenbloom talked about Bruce Springsteen and his trip to Arizona, then gets his foil on.
In the second hour, Steve Rosenbloom welcomed on good pal and Score teammate Mark Grote to preview the Bears-Browns matchup in their preseason finale Saturday evening. It also happens to be Gene Grote's birthday Sunday, so we wish her an early happy birthday as well.
In the first hour of Saturday Suckage, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by Scott Merkin of MLB.com to discuss the White Sox's continued inconsistent play. Later, Bulls Radio play-by-play announcer Chuck Swirsky joined the show to celebrate his 43rd anniversary of being a broadcaster.
In the second hour, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by longtime MLB writer Mark Gonzales to discuss the Cubs' win against the Reds at the Field of Dreams on Thursday and their play in the second half of the season. He also shared a few thoughts on the White Sox. Later, Rosenbloom explained why the Blackhawks letting beloved broadcaster Eddie Olczyk leave the organization is unacceptable.
Steve Rosenbloom opened his Saturday Suckage show by welcoming on Score reporter Chris Emma live from Soldier Field to preview the Bears-Chiefs preseason opener. Later, Rosenbloom detailed the latest drama surrounding White Sox manager Tony La Russa as he continues to provide owner Jerry Reinsdorf with plenty of reasons to fire him -- yet still maintains his job.
Steve Rosenbloom had a shortened show this week, but have no fear, he brought the suckage as usual. He welcomed on Score reporter Mark Grote, who was fresh off the field at Bears camp. Grote shared all the latest news and notes surrounding the beloved. Is offensive lineman Teven Jenkins really back? Also, baseball fans across the world mourned the passing of legendary broadcaster Vin Scully this week. Rosenbloom told you why he'll never forget the longtime voice of the Dodgers.
In the final hour, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by Score teammate Mark Grote, who was fresh from Bears practice at Halas Hall. Grote shared all the latest news and discussed how practice went Saturday. Bears players have been raving about their new coaching staff, so does Grote see what they're talking about? Later, Rosenbloom remembered the famous director Bob Rafelson, who died earlier this week at 89.
In the second hour, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by Ryan Horvat of BetMGM to discuss the best NFL prop bets and future bets to make. Are the Bears going to win more than 6.5 games? Later, Rosenbloom discussed the contract drama that took place between quarterback Kyler Murray and the Cardinals, who originally included an "independent study" clause in the deal. Are these the owners whom Bears chairman George McCaskey says he takes advice from?
Steve Rosenbloom opened his Saturday Suckage show by breaking down the White Sox's bad 7-3 loss to the Athletics on Friday evening, which included shortstop Tim Anderson getting ejected. Rosenbloom then wondered this: Where was manager Tony La Russa as Anderson was getting heated with the home-plate umpire? Later, he took calls from listeners as they tried to figure out how the White Sox got to this point -- hovering around .500 in late July. He believes it all comes back to accountability.
In the second hour, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by Jay Zawaski of CHGO to discuss the state of the Blackhawks' rebuild. Later, Score teammate Mark Grote joined the show to preview the start of Bears training camp, which opens Tuesday.
In the final hour, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by Evan Altman of Cubs Insider to discuss which players the club will move ahead of the trade deadline on Aug. 2 and when the team will compete at a high level again. Later, Rosenbloom listened back to beloved color commentator Eddie Olczyk's interview on the Mully & Haugh Show on Wednesday in which he explained why he's leaving the Blackhawks' broadcast booth.
In a shortened second hour of the show, Steve asks Bulls fans , has this team gotten any better? With the team not really making a lot of noise this offseason, it seems AK and crew will be content with bringing the same group back. Rob Schaefer, Covering the Bulls for @NBCSChicago, joins the show to give a full rundown of what has been happening out in Vegas at the summer league.
Steve Rosenbloom is back with another great edition of Saturday Suckage. Steve starts the show by asking Sox fans one simple question, do you believe? The recent 4 game-winning streak has the Sox right back in contention. Steve isn't so sure if we can fully buy in yet though. The Bears have made a lot of noise this off-season for all the wrong reasons. The Score's own Anthony Herron joins the show to break down what this all could mean for the Bears when the games actually matter.
In final hour, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by Pete Fiutak of College Football News to discuss the changing college football landscape, with both USC and UCLA set to join the Big Ten. Later, Rosenbloom remembered legendary actor James Caan, who passed away Wednesday.
In the second hour, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by Mark Potash of the Sun-Times to discuss the latest Bears storylines, including three players being arrested this offseason. Later, Matt Peck of CHGO Chicago joined the show to discuss the Bulls earning a win against the Mavericks in their Summer League opener Friday and big man Marko Simonovic's dominance.
Riding solo, Steve Rosenbloom opened his show by recapping the White Sox's rough week. Have fans accepted the team's fate or is there still hope? Later, Scott Merkin of MLB.com joined the show to discuss the latest White Sox storylines. Will the team ever find its groove this season?
In the final hour of the show Steve talks to the Score's very own Cody Westerlund about the Bulls. Did they pay too much to keep Zach Lavine in Chicago? Steve and Cody discuss what the Bulls will look like moving forward and what other moves they could possibly make. Steve wonders , can Zach Lavine get any better?? Saturday Suckage takes you into your holiday weekend.
Steve has a loaded second hour on this weeks Suckage. Evan Altman , EIC @realcubsinsider and co-host of The Rant, stops by to discuss who the Cubs might be moving at the deadline and what they could get back in return. Rob Bradford, Red Sox reporter for WEEI, joins the show and he thinks this Cubs team looks allot like the team Theo Epstein was once at the head of. The movie "A League of there Own" turns 30 years old this month. Yes you read that right. Shakeia Taylor , reporter for the Chicago Tribune, wrote an amazing article on the famous Rockford team and she is here to tell you why paying a visit to Rockford is something you might want to do.
Steve is riding solo again today but don't worry Saturday Suckage is loaded and ready to go. Its getting late for the Sox , Steve starts the show by asking Sox fans how they are feeling about there team going into a big stretch of games. James Fox, Senior Editor and Podcast Co-Host @FutureSox and Writer for @SoxMachine, joins the show to share his thoughts on where the season is heading for the South Siders.
In the shortened final hour, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by Jim Margalus of the Sox Machine Podcast to discuss the White Sox's recent struggles. Later, producer Adam Studzinski joined Saturday Suckage for the final segment as the crew nerded out for a "Star Wars" discussion.
Steve Rosenbloom opened Saturday Suckage by recapping the struggling White Sox's rough week. He believes there might be more going on in the clubhouse than we realize right now. Later, Mark Schanowski of ABC-7 joined the show to break down the Bulls' selection of Arizona guard Dalen Terry at No. 18 overall in the NBA Draft on Thursday evening.
In the final hour, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by Meghan Montemurro of the Tribune to discuss what Cubs fans have left to be excited about this season. Later, Rosenbloom broke down the White Sox's 13-3 loss to the Astros on Friday evening and opened up the phone lines again.
Steve Rosenbloom opened his show by welcoming on Score teammate Mark Grote to share his takeaways from Bears minicamp, which concluded Thursday. After that, Rosenbloom discussed how a group of well-known professional golfers took money from the Saudi Arabian government to compete on the LIV Golf tour. Do they have a moral obligation to say no? Rosenbloom opened up the phone lines to see what listeners thought.
In the final hour of Saturday Suckage, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by Scott Merkin of MLB.com live from Guaranteed Rate Field to discuss the latest White Sox storylines. Later, Score football expert Hub Arkush joined the show to discuss the latest Bears storylines, including coach Matt Eberflus' comparison of quarterback Justin Fields to Cowboys star Dak Prescott.
In the second hour of Saturday Suckage, Steve Rosenbloom brought on friend, teammate Hall of Famer and former co-host of this very show Mark Grote, who shared his takeaways from Bears OTAs and explained why offensive tackle Teven Jenkins is currently playing with the second team. Later, Rosenbloom shared a job opportunity that many Wake-n-Bakers would consider a dream job -- and it involves the athlete formerly known as Ricky Williams. Wild.
In Saturday Suckage, host Steve Rosenbloom opened his show by sharing his thoughts on Tony "La Bevington" in the aftermath of White Sox manager Tony La Russa's decision to intentionally walk Dodgers star Trea Turner on a 1-2 count Thursday, a move that backfired. Later, Nancy Armour of USA Today joined the show to discuss the latest developments in the sexual misconduct lawsuits against Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson.
In their final hour, Steve Rosenbloom and Adam Studzinski talk with Pete Fiutak of CollegeFootballNews.com about the potential future impact of NIL deal in college football. The show finishes off with an important meeting of the Wake & Bake Club.
In the second hour, Steve Rosenbloom and Adam Studzinski talk with Mark Potash of the Chicago Sunt-Times. Hey Mark...which rebuild makes more/less sense? The Cubs or the Bears? Also during the hour, the guys get word that Dallas Keuchel has been DFA'd by the White Sox.
Steve Rosenbloom and Adam Studzinski kick off Saturday Suckage this week with a look at both the Cubs and the White Sox, who head into this Crosstown Series weekend struggling. Plus, Joc Pederson got slapped because of a fantasy football debate.
Saturday Suckage is back but only for a brief one-hour show. Steve Rosenbloom is flying solo and he starts the show by recapping the turbulent week in Chicago baseball. Will the Sox wake up and meet expectations anytime soon?? Chris Emma has been out at Halas Hall watching Bears mini-camp and he joins the show to share everything that he has seen so far.
In the final hour, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by the Score's very own Trash Panda -- Adam Studzinski -- to discuss a crazy trash panda video that has been circulating on the internet. Would you ever pick up a racoon? Later, Score afternoon host Matt Spiegel joined the show to discuss baseball, the Bears and music.
In the second hour, Steve Rosenbloom was joined by 670 The Score executive producer and Bulls Radio pregame and postgame host Rick Camp to preview a pair of Game 7s in the NBA on Sunday. Who will come out victorious in the Bucks-Celtics and Mavericks-Suns matchups? Later, BetMGM Tonight host Ryan Horvat joined the show to discuss the Bears' schedule for the upcoming season. Which games will be the money makers?
Steve Rosenbloom was flying solo on Saturday Suckage, but Mark Grote decided to hang around after Inside the Clubhouse and help him open the show. They started by discussing the Bears' new 11-man draft class. After that, they discussed how the Yankees have been bashing the ball in a pair of wins against the White Sox on Thursday and Friday. What do the White Sox need to do to finally get a win against the Bronx Bombers? Later, Scott Merkin of MLB.com joined the show to discuss the latest White Sox storylines.
In the final hour, Steve Rosenbloom and Mike Esposito reacted to Bears general manager Ryan Poles making a series of trades down in the NFL Draft to stockpile later-round picks. What does that mean for the Bears moving forward? Later, Score teammate Mark Grote checked back in once again live from Halas Hall to discuss the Bears' draft class.
In the second hour, Steve Rosenbloom and Mike Esposito were joined by WBBM analyst Jim Schwantz to break down the Bears' draft class so far. Later, Mark Wogenrich of All Penn State joined the show to provide a scouting report on Nittany Lions safety Jaquan Brisker, whom the Bears selected at No. 48 overall in the second round Friday evening.
Steve Rosenbloom and Mike Esposito opened Saturday Suckage by breaking down the Bears' three selections in the NFL Draft on Friday evening. Later, Score teammate Mark Grote joined the show live from Halas Hall to discuss the Bears' work in the second and third round of the draft and to preview what's to come Saturday afternoon.