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World Series Dreaming:
Today, the Chicago Cubs will be facing the San Fransisco Giants in a Spring Training game at 2:05 CST and yes, you can listen to the Game on WGN Radio. Here is today’s lineup for your Chicago Cubs:
David DeJesus CF
Darwin Barney 2B
Nate Schierholtz DH
Alfonso Soriano LF
Brian Bogusevic RF
Dioner Navarro C
Steve Clevenger 1B
Edwin Maysonet SS
Christian Villanueva 3B
Carlos Villanueva will get the starting pitching nod.
Enjoy the game!
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