What Must Happen for the 2014 Cubs Season to Be Deemed a Success?

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What Must Happen for the 2014 Cubs Season to Be Deemed a Success?
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Despite the foot of snow blanketing the ground in Chicago, Cubs season is officially upon us. Pitchers and catchers formally report on Thursday, and there will be much activity from the start. Many pitchers will be vying for a spot on the roster, including Jake Arrieta and Jason Hammel.

After losing 197 games combined in the last two seasons, the Cubs must begin to make improvements. However, with a very young team and an emphasis on patience for development, the Cubs are not expected to go from last to contender anytime soon.

So what must the Cubs do in order for 2014 to be deemed a success? Let's take a look.

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