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7 responses to “The 2009 Chicago Cubs: Recalling Those “Worst Case Scenarios””

  1. DaveB

    Great work as always Ace.

  2. KB

    Great job, Acer.
    Maybe this year, write a “best case scenario” article, since you seem to have a Nostadamus effect with your predictions.

    1. KB

      Nostradamus, that is.

  3. KB

    Honestly, every team would look good with a “best case scenario,” but the Cubs would look especially awesome. Just having Alf return to form would be huge.
    And I’m still waiting for that Aramis career year, which would put him into MVP-ish territory. If he’s reasonably healthy, it’s not out of the question.

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