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George Ofman’s new book “Tell Me a Story I Don’t Know” features the stories of Chicago sports legends. Ofman has a podcast by the same title and previously was a longtime sports radio broadcaster.

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George Ofman headshot

George Ofman’s new book “Tell Me a Story I Don’t Know” features the stories of Chicago sports legends. Ofman has a podcast by the same title and previously was a longtime sports radio broadcaster.

Nam Y. Huh/AP

Longtime sportscaster George Ofman on his conversations with Chicago sports legends

In his new book ‘Tell Me A Story I Don’t Know,’ Ofman discusses his conversations with Joe Maddon, Ozzie Guillen, Chris Chelios and more.

George Ofman’s new book “Tell Me a Story I Don’t Know” features the stories of Chicago sports legends. Ofman has a podcast by the same title and previously was a longtime sports radio broadcaster.

Nam Y. Huh/AP

   

After nearly 50 years of radio sports broadcasting, George Ofman took his talent to podcasting. Now, he’s created a book based on those conversations with major Chicago sports legends.

Reset talks with Ofman and WBEZ sports contributor Cheryl Raye-Stout, who is featured in the book.

GUESTS: George Ofman, podcast host, author of “Tell Me a Story I Don’t Know: Conversations with Chicago Sports Legends”

Cheryl Raye-Stout, WBEZ sports contributor

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