This is why Club 400 does what it does. This is the story of how a woman had an amazing day thanks to Club 400 and many others. The story is told through the eyes of a friend who wanted to give her friend one more great day at Wrigley Field. Get out your tissues if you haven't heard the story yet.
Our first live show of 2021 was held at Parkside Pub. We had a great audience, great guests and an amazing atmosphere. We were joined on the podcast by the hilarious comedian, Joe Kilgallon. We also heard an amazing Club 400 story from Nicole Geu. You will not want to miss this one!
Call it a mistake, call it a lack of respect, the boys on the Club 400 Podcast not getting any love from the beloved Cub. Activity is kicking up again at the Club....check out the latest podcast to be up to date! Also, hello to Bob Cashin listening while on a road trip.
The boys are back from Mesa and they came back with stories about baseball, golf, babes, toilet paper and more. Another spring training is in the books, and although it was different, the memories will always be there. Major breaking news on this show as well.
We're coming back....back to Mesa that is. Plane leaves on Tuesday, games start on Wednesday. Four straight chances to see the beloved Cubs. The last time we were there, was one of the last normal days we knew - pre-pandemic. Also, on this show..we celebrate Ryker's birthday, Stu and William sing a duet and where the f#%ck is Hartmann???
As we near the end of Black History Month, I think of African American Heroes that have made a profound impact on my life - there are too many to name, but here are some: Ernie Banks, Kirby Puckett, Jackie Robinson, Prince, Morgan Freeman, Alan Page and now I can add one...the guest on today's show.
I had not heard of LaVonte Stewart until the other day, and then we had a chance to interview him and hear his story. His organization, the Lost Boyz was founded in 2009 by LaVonte Stewart, an area resident, who felt a call to action after witnessing antisocial behavioral patterns increasingly impact local youth. Having experienced firsthand the profound impact baseball can have on a child’s development, LaVonte rallied the community around organized youth baseball. In 2014, Lost Boyz observed this persistent pattern affecting young ladies as well. They extended our service to include girls. Their programs include both girls and boys.
Listen to this podcast to hear someone truly making a difference in this world and who uses baseball as the core of his business.
Ryker is turning 6. He has some physical issues that he has been dealing with since birth. He is a HUGE Cubs fan and has a birthday coming up on February. Stu and William are asking you to flood his mailbox with cards or if you are inclined gifts. His address is 406 West 8th Street Muscatine, IA 52761. Listen to our first "mini show" to see if you are moved like we are.
Jake Arrieta is returning to the Chicago Cubs on a 1-year, $6 million deal. Get out the onesies. Jake Arrieta is returning to the Chicago Cubs. A source confirmed multiple reports Friday that Arrieta agreed to a one-year, $6 million deal, pending a physical. Jake is a Chicago Cub Legend and will give the fans something to cheer about every 5 days! This show feature special guests including John Benedeck, Mary Haynes and Crawly...more Cubs Legends!
It is time to add Cholula to the Club 400 Podcast. 2021 is the years where we bring in the real fans, the members of Club 400. In this episode the boys lay out the plan and discuss additional efforts to get to the Club 400 goal of $1,000,000 for charities. Also, some great conversation on the Ricketts family who brought us the 2016 World Championship - do you remember or are you suffering from short term memory?