Doug Glanville


Doug Glanville: Why I'm OK with Barry Bonds not being elected to the Hall of Fame

BACK IN 1997, when I was in my second year with the Cubs, I vividly recall watching batting practice when Mark McGwire stepped in the cage for the Cardinals. It was awesome. I saw how far the ball flew, and, like so many of us, I suspended disbelief. It was like watching a good horror movie, before we knew how wrong things could go.
Awful Announcing

Doug Glanville began a Marquee Cubs broadcast solo while Boog Sciambi and Jim Deshaies waited on COVID tests

COVID-19 protocols have frequently impacted teams, but it’s been more unusual (albeit not completely unprecedented) to see them impact game broadcasts. The latest case of COVID protocols impacting a broadcast feed came with the Chicago Cubs’ game Friday, where analyst Doug Glanville began calling the game solo while regular play-by-play voice Jon “Boog” Sciambi and analyst Jim Deshaies waited for results from COVID tests. Here’s Glanville’s introduction to that game:

Class is in Session with Doug Glanville

Former Chicago Cubs outfielder, Doug Glanville, hosts a special airing on the Marquee Network tonight at 8:30: Class is in Session with Doug Glanville. This week’s guests are MLB player Cameron Maybin, former NFL Player Chris Long and legendary track and field athlete Dr. Edwin Moses. They talk about the importance of building a legacy as a professional athlete, and the power of using your voice as an athlete to generate social change, particularly relevant this year with all the social justice awareness. Glanville joined Bob Sirott and Dave Eanet to preview the show, and to talk about his playing days with Cubs, what it was like batting ahead of Sammy Sosa and Mark Grace, and more!