Paul Sullivan: As the Cubs' postseason hopes grow dimmer, Joe Maddon tries to keep the lights on

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Paul Sullivan: As the Cubs' postseason hopes grow dimmer, Joe Maddon tries to keep the lights on
Paul Sullivan: As the Cubs' postseason hopes grow dimmer, Joe Maddon tries to keep the lights on

Paul Sullivan: As the Cubs' postseason hopes grow dimmer, Joe Maddon tries to keep the lights on Joe Maddon got philosophical Friday morning when asked about a perceived "melancholy" feeling to the end of the regular season. "Whenever there is uncertainty, there's always that feeling within any human being," the Cubs manager said. "But as a group we're still focused on a positive outcome, so you don't turn melancholy yet. That said, (Thursday) was a tough game. We came back, we fought again, they got us. "But there are still a lot of different ways to go to the World Series this year. Let's just play today's game before you start getting too upset about things." The Cubs played the game and lost

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