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2 responses to “The End of Spring Training Battlewatch: Why the Cubs/Yankees Series Isn’t Meaningless”

  1. Mordecai Brown

    It’s important the Cubs pin back the rat-like ears of the Yankees today for another reason: See 1932 and 1938. See the past century. We may very well be treated to a Cubs/Yankees World Series this year and I would love to leave the lingering scent of a Yankee florperoo in ther skinny pointed nostrils to be savored into the last weeks of October. Perhaps it will still be strong enough to make them flinch when they scurry into the old, delapidated, but still loved remains of Wrigly Field to face the best team in baseball.