The Chicago Cubs' Five Steps For Winning the World Seres By 2014

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The Chicago Cubs' Five Steps For  Winning the World Seres By 2014

Yesterday afternoon, Lou Piniella managed his final game with the Chicago Cubs. 

And in typical Cubs fashion, they lost, bad, 16-5.

Its hard to believe that, save for a few players, this is the same Cubs team that posted the best record in the National League in 2008. Now the Cubs are in 5th place, with only the bargain basement Pirates keeping them from last in the NL Central (but only by 9.5 games mind you).

In the past month, we've seen half of our infield and a starting pitcher traded away, as well as  Piniella's recent retirement.

The Cubs aren't in a position to win for at least two years, but at least there's hope, right? 

Well, there's some, but there are things that must be done for them to win the World Series before Wrigley's Centennial in 2014.

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