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On Wisconsin
We spend some time up north, as Dave recounts his trip to Lambeau Fields, and we check in with Phil at the GM meetings in Wisconsin. Then - could Mark Burhle be staying in town, but switching sides?

Switching Sides
We're only a few weeks into his tenure, but what Theo Epstein's done so far might have Dave switching his allegiance to the South Side

Here's Theo
It's finally official: Theo Epstein is the new Prez of the Cubs. The guys tell us what they thought of his first meeting with the Chicago Media, and what they hope his first moves will be

Where's Theo?
Phil Rogers checks in from Boston with the latest on the Cubs / Theo Epstein dealings. Then - what excites us - and scares us - about Theo coming to the Cubs. Plus, Hoekstra's Chicago, the NBA Lockout and Bucks in the Belfry

New Guys in Charge
The Sox have a new manager in Robin Ventura, and it looks like Theo Epstein is going to be the Cubs new GM. But do these guys know what they're in for?

Managing to Find Answers
They're looking for managers on both sides of town, and Phil Rogers gives some insight into who are emerging as the top candidates. Plus, baseball playoffs, Bucks in the Belfry, Hoekstra's Chicago & more!

Ozzie & Astronautalis
The Guys close the book on the Ozzie Era on the South Side & look ahead to the baseball playoffs. Then - recording artist Astronautalis tells us about his genre-bending form of hip-hop.

A Conversation with Jack Twyman
This week’s special guest is basketball Hall of Famer Jack Twyman. He’ll talk about his era of the NBA – the 50’s and 60’s, and how it compares to today’s league, both on the court and off. We’ll also get his perspective on the lockout, and the story of teammate Maurice Stokes.

Ten Years Later
Tom shares what he remembers from from September 11 2001, how it affected his business, and some of the decisions he made because of it. Phil and Dave relate their experiences as well.

Phil Rogers' Root Canal
With Phil in the dentist's chair, Tom & Dave hold down the fort, with some pretty interesting memorabilia items, converstion on the Cubs and Joe Namath, and our first winner in the Pannini constest. Plus - Dave lays out you Labor Day plans in Hoesktra's Chicago

This Week in Baseball
The guys go around the league to discuss some of the big stories in baseball this week. Then - which autograph is worth more - Castro or Castro? Plus, Hoekstra's Chicago, Bachmann's blunder and a little Bears talk.

Music, Memorabilia and the Minor Leagues
Tom has details on a music memorabilia auction with some pretty cool items. Then, some more interesting things have taken place with the Lake County Fielders of the North American League, and we have the details.

The Cost of 3000
The guy who caught Jeter's 3000th hit had to give the ball back. But Tom did some digging, to find out what the guy actually gave up. Then, a look at MLB at the break, the Summer Classic, and the state of the non-NFL.

Over Dunn
Britney Spears on Bucks in the Belfry? You better believe it! Plus, find out what that Rockola went for, Hoekstra's Chicago, and what should the White Sox do with washout Adam Dunn?

Goodbye to the Big Man
We talk about some pretty amazing pieces of memorabilia with Joshua Evans from, the largest and most respected Sports Auction House in the world. Then – we talk Crosstown Classic and remember the late, great Clarence Clemons.

Big Ticket Items
Bill Goodwin of Goodwin & Co Auctions joins the program to tell us about some of the amazing memorabilia items that have passed through his auction house. Then, Ben Milch from fills us in on his website, where you can find out what that autograph you have is worth. And our question of the day - would the Cubs have been better off if someone other than the Ricketts had bought the team?

Remembering the Bronx Zoo
Marty Appel, New York Yankees PR Director During some of the Bronx Zoo years is our featured guest on Fan Cave Radio Show. We’ll also talk baseball with Phil Rogers, check out some interesting memorabilia, and see what’s happening in Hoekstra’s Chicago.

On the Indians Bandwagon
Are the Indians for real? Dave was in Cleveland, and he thinks they’re the read deal. Then - are the White Sox done? Plus, Bulls talk and Bucks in the Belfry.

Owning a Piece of History
We're talking historical memorabilia today with Daniel Weinberg of the Abraham Lincoln Book Shop in Chicago.

Panini Cards
Tracy Hackler, Hobby Marketing Manager for Panini America, is our featured guest this week. In case you didn’t know, Panini is the only company licensed by the NBA to produce basketball cards. We get the scoop on their latest offering & also find out what else is on tap for the other sports they do. And as always, we’ll talk interesting memorabilia on Bucks in the Belfry.

The Mustard Museum
It's a spicy episode, as we head north to Wisconsin for a visit to the Mustard Museum with it's founder Barry Levenson. Plus, reaction to Boozer, and the problem with All Star Voting.

Who's Managing this Train Wreck
The guys talk Cubs baseball and wonder when they're going to pull the plug on this monstrosity of a team. Plus Lebron talk, the Afternoon Phil, Bucks in the Belfry, and Who should be the All-Stars from Chicago?

Sleeping in Seattle
Dave Hoekstra has followed the Cubs to Seattle, and we'll hear all about the cross country trek. We also rate Tom Thibodeau's press conference, and wonder where LeBron will land. Plus, the Afternoon Phil, Bucks in the Belfry, and more.

Teeing it Up
Tom, Dave and Phil preview the US Open, and break down Lakers - Celtics. Plus, Bucks in the Belfry, Hoekstra's Chicago and the Afternoon Phil.

Going, Going, Gone!
So what's the first home run given up by a rookie phenom worth? We'll look into it! Plus, we'll be talking about the MLB draft, hype of young players, and Cubs/Sox trade possibilities.

In the Field with Doug Glanville
Former Cub Outfielder Doug Glanville joins Tom, Dave and Phil in the Fancave to talk about his new book The Game From Where I Stand: A Ballplayer's Inside View.

Executive Producer Joel Murray and Film Maker Michael Diedrich, of the Documentary Ballhawks are this week’s special guests on The Fancave. Ballhawks', narrated by Joel's brother Bill Murray, is the story of men who shag batting practice and home run balls with major league baseball gloves along Waveland Avenue, in a Wrigley Field tradition that began in 1914. The documentary premieres the weekend of May 28 at the Siskel Center.

Breaking Up the Band
With the Sox going nowhere, is it time to make some changes? Then, the Hawks' ratings are sky-high, and will Chicago bite on a Calipari / LeBron duo? Plus, a tasty edition of Hoekstra's Chicago, Bucks in the Belfry, and more!

Predicting the Future
With the rocky starts of both squads, Tom, Dave and Phil try and predict what the future may hold for the Sox and the Cubs. Plus, Plus, Hoesktra's Chicago, Afternoon Phil, and your memorabilia questions.

Memories of Bill Veeck
Tom, Dave and Phil remember the late great Bill Veeck with members of his family. Plus, Hoesktra's Chicago, Afternoon Phil, and your memorabilia questions.

Johnny Cash or Newt Gingrich?
Bucks in the Belfry, Afternoon Phil, Hoekstra's Chicago, the story behind this episode's title, and more! It's all ahead on this episode of the Fancave!

The Bases Are Loaded
Today in the Fancave, your Afternoon Phil, Hoekstras Chicago, Bucks in the Belfry, Ernie Banks 512 HR Bat and other auction results. Plus, Santo Hall of Fame Debate and the top prospect according to Baseball America.

Welcome to the Fan Cave
On our Premiere, Tom, David & Phil talk Sox and Cubs, Pax and Vinny, and more. Plus, JP Cohen from Memory Lane Auctions tells us about The Ernie Banks 512 HR bat