CCO Radio…Talkin’ Cubs Before a Weekend in St. Louis

Only three shows remaining during the baseball season … The CCO Radio returns following the finale of the four-game series against the Brewers. Jody Gerut’s grand slam off of Randy Wells led to the Cubs 7-4 loss on Thursday afternoon. The Cubs finished the homestand with a 4-3 record after dopping the last two to the Brewers.

LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD on the CCO Radio. What moves should the Cubs make in the off-season to improve the team? Call the CCO Radio. Want your voice and opinion to be heard? Call the CCO Radio tonight and discuss everything Cubs with the CCO.

Listen to The CCO Radio on internet talk radioA quick show reminder…The CCO Radio will air live tonight at 7:00pm C.T. on Blog Talk Radio. To listen to the 60-minute call-in show live, click on this link and go to Blog Talk Radio. The podcast of the show will be available around 9:00pm C.T. and can be accessed through the player on the right side of the CCO or through Blog Talk Radio.

A variety of topics will be covered and the call-in number to discuss the Cubs with the CCO live is 347-237-4020.

Possible Topics for Thursday, September 17:

  • Carlos Zambrano … Should he be traded?
  • Does Milton Bradley have a future with the Cubs?
  • Soto, Aramis and the Butterfly Effect
  • Alfonso Soriano … Did they wait too long to shut him down?
  • Jake Fox vs. Bobby Scales
  • How long should the Cubs wait to cut Aaron Miles once the season is over?

The CCO will leave the last 10 minutes of the show open for emails from the listeners. If you have a topic you would like discussed send an email to [email protected] or leave a comment at the bottom of this post.

Listen, call-in and participate in the weekly call-in talk show…The CCO Radio.

CCO Radio – September Schedule

  • Thursday, September 24 – 7:00pm C.T.
  • Monday, September 28 – 7:00pm C.T.

Quote of the Day

"You can’t sit on a lead and kill the clock. You’ve got to give the other man his chance. That’s why baseball is the greatest game." - Earl Weaver