Podcast 4.50 – “Sir, will you sign my sticket tub?”

Play

Andy, Corey and Kurt return after a week off to talk about two signings that the Cubs have made. Edwin Jackson is the biggest free agent the Cubs have signed in the off-season. Edwin Jackson’s 4-year, $52 million signing was made official today. We talk about the length and dollar amount of contract and we end up noticing the rankings of the Cubs players in regards to salaries.

The Cubs have also reportedly agreed to terms with Carlos Villanueva. We discuss his starting and bullpen experience and assume that he will be given a chance to fight with Scott Baker, Scott Feldman and Travis Wood for a back-end of the rotation spot.

We had a few listener-submitted topic suggestions from our Facebook Page. Adam asks us about rooting for the Packers to help the Bears get in the playoffs. Jake asks what the perfect item to have autographed at Cubs Convention would be. Also, congrats to Brian for winning our Fantasy Football league this year.

We give a few Cubs.com Internet Muscle Flexes and pick a winner for this week’s photo caption contest.

play_sandberg_400

Today’s episode was brought to you by:

ChiTown Clothing – ChiTown Clothing has the most unique Chicago sports-related t-shirts and hoodies. You won’t find designs like these anywhere else.

Sweet Cheeks Diaper Cake Company – Sweet Cheeks is run by our friend Brooke, a big Cubs fan and long-time supporter of Ivy Envy. If you need to buy a baby shower gift or something for a newborn, check out their diaper cakes. They have a Cubs themed cake that any Cubs fan would love.

Please support those that support us. When you purchase items from them, be sure and tell them that you heard about them from the Ivy Envy Podcast.

Corey Fineran

Founder and Lead Host at Ivy Envy
A Cubs fan since 1985, Corey has seen (few) highs and (many) lows from the Boys in Blue.When he is not talking about the Cubs on The Ivy Envy Podcast, Corey helps high school students with disabilities become successful in the world of work…or he’s taking care of the chickens.

About Corey Fineran

0 comments