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I wrote a piece breaking down the state of the organization for non-Cubs fans over at The Outside Corner, part of our old network Blogiun. Check it out. Or don't. Or give me a yacht. All of those things would be okay with me. The post 2013 Cubs overview at The Outside Corner appeared first on Obstructed View.
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