Found April 05, 2012 on NESN.com:
Ron Swanson and Darryl Philbin may not hail from Chicago, but the actors that play them do. Parks and Recreation's Nick Offerman and The Office's Craig Robinson both grew up near the Windy City, but take opposite sides on the Cubs-White Sox rivalry. In a new commercial from New Era -- which played on the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry last year with John Krasinksi and Alec Baldwin -- the two argue over the merits of their two ballclubs while insulting their opponent's team. "How old is Wrigley anyway?" Robinson asks. "Do you even have electricity?" "I've heard that for the White...
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