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Cubs Proving to Be Not Just the Best, but Deepest Team in Baseball

When the goal is to snap a World Series championship drought that's existed for longer than Wrigley Field itself, it's best to leave as little as possible to chance. That pretty much explains the 2016 Chicago Cubs. To do a quick recap of what happened in the regular season, the Cubs won 103 games and scored 252 more runs than they allowed. Both figures far outpaced those of any other team.
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