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Forgiving the foul ball: What it'd be like if Steve Bartman made peace with the past

Here's the ironic part: I wasn't supposed to be at the game. I'll get to that in a moment, but first I want to clear some things up. I haven't spoken or made an appearance publicly since the night all the drama happened and I won't, at least anytime soon. I won't tell you where I live or what my job is now because it doesn't matter. But what I will say, is that I still love my Cubs and I moved on long ago.
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