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The Cubs took on the Reds in the 2nd annual Field of Dreams Game. The Cubs offense was red-hot immediately upon emerging from the cornfield, jumping out to a three run lead in the first. The Reds closed the gap, scoring two in the seventh, but the Cubs were able to hold on to secure a 4-2 win. Join Luke, Cody, Corey, and Ryan on the CHGO Cubs Postgame as they breakdown tonight’s Field of Dreams Game. YouTube Replay Show https://youtu.be/thyKndWiriU Subscribe to the Show Follow The Hosts

Breaking away from the loop of what can be a monotonous MLB season, the Cubs and the Reds will meet in Dyersville, Iowa, for the Field of Dreams game on Thursday. Here's how some of the Cubs are approaching the event

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The Chicago Cubs play the Cincinnati Reds in the Field of Dreams Game Thursday night. Should you bet the Cubs moneyline in that one? And the Buffalo Bills are the favorite to win the AFC East once again this season. Are Josh Allen and company the smart play to place your money on? Join Sean Anderson and Cody Delmendo for that bet and more on the CHGO Bets Daily Live Show. YouTube Replay Show https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_7ec2ep-AY Follow The Hosts

Jason Heyward's Cubs tenure is soon coming to an end. How should he be remembered for his time on the North Side?

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Cubs GM Jed Hoyer announced on Monday that the Jason Heyward era in Chicago is coming to an end (finally). The Cubs plan on releasing the veteran outfielder at the end of this season. How much of this decision has to do with the Cubs adding former Guardians slugger Franmil Reyes? Join Luke, Cody, and Ryan as they preview tonight’s game vs the Nationals and discuss all things Cubbies. YouTube Replay Show https://youtu.be/RyLMVmsmh68 Subscribe to the Show Follow the Hosts

Happy Monday, folks!

We're now going into the first full week since the trade deadline, and I don't know that we have any clearer picture of where the Cubs go from here. A couple players who were expected to be traded weren't, and there was at least one deal that caught everyone off guard.

Compared to 2021, this year's deadline wasn't what everyone was expecting, but now that six days have passed, there's been more than enough time for everyone to sit back and really evaluate how it all went down. And with just two months remaining in the season, the focus shifts to how the the rest of the year goes for the Cubs, in both the major and minor league levels.

You've got thoughts, I've got thoughts. So let's get right into it. Here are the latest Monday morning Cubs thoughts, post-deadline edition.

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Losing four high-leverage bullpen arms at this point in the season hurts, because the Cubs have just two months to figure out how to deploy the newer faces and give themselves the best chance to win now.

But with that comes plenty of chances and likely some longer leashes for young pitchers to prove their worth in the big leagues. As difficult as losing in the short-term will be, the long-term effects of getting those players experience will only benefit the organization as a whole moving forward.

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In his first game back at Wrigley Field since the Trade Deadline, Willson Contreras played the hero for the Chicago Cubs, hitting a game-winning 2-run home run in the 8th inning. Plus, Justin Steele struck out a career-high 10 batters in the Cubs 2-1 win over the Marlins. Luke Stuckmeyer, Cody Delmendo and Jared Wyllys break down the W on the CHGO Cubs Podcast. YouTube Replay Show https://youtu.be/gmSxgzEOoJU Subscribe to the Show Follow The Hosts

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