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Both Cubs and White Sox enjoy basking in offseason spotlight

Late Tribune sports columnist Steve Daley once wrote: "Baseball has no offseason in Chicago. Interest only starts to wane when the teams start to play their games." We do spend an inordinate amount of time discussing baseball in the winter, perhaps to remind us that there actually is a summer in Chicago. And with all the big moves Cubs President Theo Epstein and White Sox general manager Rick Hahn have made this offseason, the buzz is more pronounced than ever. The renaissance in Chicago reminds Sox manager Robin Ventura of the time New York became the baseball mecca in 2000, when he played for the Mets in the Subway Series against the Yankees. "Fans have to be excited about it," ...

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