The Chicago White Sox are expected to be compete for the AL Central title and make a run into the playoffs, their North Side counter parts, on the other hand, have more modest expectations.
But low expectations doesn’t necessarily mean that the Chicago Cubs don’t have any talent.
“This is a team that can do some really good things,” former Cub and current analyst Todd Hollandsworth said on the Danny Mac Show. “They’re laying so far under the radar right now in most people’s minds. I mean that’s just a clear path. Just show up, do your business, do your job and if everybody kind of comes together, you’re going to win some ball games. And that’s really what this team has been about [this spring].
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“I think of how many games they’ve lost in the last two years, and it’s almost inexcusable when you think of the talent that’s out there. Now granted I’m not talking about superstars, but we’re just talking about a good team. These are some pretty good players, they should win more games than they lose. That should happen this year if everyone is pulling in the same direction.”