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5@5: Are Cubs Good Enough To Win World Series?

The Mully & Haugh crew debates a five-pack of questions every weekday.

Mully & Haugh Show
January 17, 2020 - 9:49 am
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(670 The Score) On its daily 5 at 5 segment Friday morning, the Mully & Haugh crew debated a variety of questions.

-- Cubs manager David Ross expressed his belief that his team is good enough to win a World Series right now. Is that true if the Cubs make no moves of consequence this offseason?

-- Ross also mentioned that Cubs fans should expect to see star third baseman Kris Bryant in the lineup on Opening Day. Do you buy that?

-- Which MLB cheating scandal subplot is bigger: Carlos Beltran stepping down as Mets manager or rumors that Astros second baseman Jose Altuve and third baseman Alex Bregman wore devices under their uniforms that buzzed to tip them off to pitches as part of Houston's electronic sign-stealing scheme?

-- Which NFL conference championship game game is more likely to produce an upset? And what's the preferred outcome for the Chiefs-Titans game from the Bears' perspective? 

-- Which player would Chicagoans prefer to make the All-Star team: Bulls guard Zach LaVine or Pistons guard and Chicago native Derrick Rose?

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