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Old 06-16-2019, 11:40 AM
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Nice word for attitude and I agree. This team is starting to get some emotional strength which is fueling some of their recent success. They believe in themselves and each other and aren't going to let others disrespect them or treat them like a second class team.

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Nice word for attitude and I agree. This team is starting to get some emotional strength which is fueling some of their recent success. They believe in themselves and each other and aren't going to let others disrespect them or treat them like a second class team.

That's why this Cubs series will be interesting.
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