Milton Bradley

Success hasn't turned Cubs from lovable to unlikable ... yet

Success hasn't turned Cubs from lovable to unlikable ... yet

The parade has been over for 17 months now, but the legacy of the Cubs’ championship season remains untouched as they prepare for the 2018 campaign.

The 14 remaining survivors of the ’16 World Series roster are all golden, knowing their place in Chicago’s rich sports history already is sealed.

President Theo Epstein is Teflon, successfully having drawn up the plan that finally ended the 107-year-long drought in 2016.

Wrigley Field is a giant ATM machine, spewing out more and more revenue for the Cubs owners with each expensive, new add-on.

And manager Joe Maddon is a statue-to-be-sculpted later, with only its location outside Wrigley a question mark at this...

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