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Chicago Cubs To Focus On Pitching After Losing Out On Shohei Ohtani

Shohei Ohtani’s decision to sign with the Los Angeles Angels did not send the Chicago Cubs reeling. However, it has centered the Cubs’ focus on acquiring more pitching. Pitching is the Chicago Cubs’ biggest need as the maneuvering has picked up a notch in the MLB offseason. For the Chicago Cubs, signing Shohei Ohtani would have been a cost-efficient move. Ohtani could have added a much-needed arm for the Cubs’ rotation.
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