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Paul Sullivan: Would more beer and fewer video games solve the Cubs' problems?

PITTSBURGH - The long goodbye began Tuesday night at PNC Park when the Cubs started a six-day, season-ending trip to Pittsburgh and St. Louis.

After a day off to process the meltdown against the Cardinals that burned down the 2019 season, things were back to semi-normal in the Cubs clubhouse.

Kris Bryant insisted the season was not over and said he wanted to return from his sprained ankle even though it makes no sense to risk playing him

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