By ALAN GARNER The New York Times | November 20, 2017 6:17 p.m.
A lot has changed in baseball in the past year.
The sport has seen the emergence of an elite hitter with a history of dominating at the plate.
The most important player has also become an elite athlete.
The Cubs are no longer the teams that have been dominating baseball and winning games.
They are the teams of the future.
They have won more games than any other team in the National League and have the best record in baseball.
This is not a new development for the Cubs, but it is not as easy to say how much of it is the result of the players changing or the new era of the sport.
The fact is that the Cubs have been doing this since 2011, when the team was the first team in MLB to win 100 games.
In those 100 games, the Cubs were the first to win a World Series.
The club has been the dominant force of the game since, winning the World Series and the American League Central title in each of the past two seasons.
The question now is how will the Cubs continue to perform like they have done?
The answer is no longer that simple.
For now, they are the favorites to win the division and a wild card spot.
They may not be the best team in baseball, but they have been the best baseball team.
So the question now becomes, how will they perform in the upcoming season?
For now they are looking to win more games, but if the team continues to fall apart they may not have much time to think about winning more games.
If the Cubs are to win games and make it into the playoffs, they will need to find a way to win fewer games.
For the next few months, they may have to take that next step, but the Cubs won’t know for sure until they get into the postseason.
That’s the plan right now.
Let’s take a look at how they are performing right now and what they could look like as they head into the fall.
They’re still in a rebuilding mode.
The best way to measure success is to look at wins and losses and not the average, but wins against the odds and losses against the curveball.
The difference between a playoff team and a team that is winning games is what we will call wins against.
The first team to win 80 games in a season was the Phillies in 2000.
That team was not great but it won 79 games, making it the first winning team in franchise history.
The next team to do it in 2002 was the Mets.
That year, the team won 80 games, finishing the season with a .500 record.
That was the second-best winning season in franchise baseball history.
They were also the only team in history to win 60 games or more, as they did in 2000 and ’02.
Since then, there have been two teams that made it into each of those two categories and one that finished the season in the middle.
The Cardinals won the division in 2016, but that year was the best year in franchise modern history, and they won only 81 games.
That season, they went 74-90, and the Cardinals are now in the postseason for the first time since 2006.
The 2016 Cardinals won 70 games, so they won a lot of games but they also missed the playoffs by two games.
This year, they have the lowest winning percentage in franchise franchise modern baseball history at .500.
The 2018 Cardinals have a winning percentage of .571.
If you add up all the wins that they have combined to have, they should have won about 90 games, which would have been enough to win 73 games and send them to the playoffs.
That would have made them the second best winning team since 2000, and it would have left them with a team in contention.
But they have only won 70.
So far, so good.
The team is still rebuilding.
The 2017 Cardinals have the third-worst record in the majors, but a lot has been made of the fact that they had the best outfield in baseball and the third best pitching staff in baseball the year before.
That means that they won the most games in the league, but their record is still below .500 and their record against the major league curveball is the worst in baseball for a team to start a season with.
The organization may be trying to put more focus on that rotation and pitching, but in doing so, they could be looking to get younger.
In 2016, they signed Kyle Schwarber, who had never pitched before and struggled to find his stride.
He ended up hitting .242 with a subpar .314 OBP and .290 ODR.
In 2017, he had a better OBP (.345), but his OBP was still subpar (.333).
He also ended up being hit less frequently (.133) and had fewer strikeouts (13).
In 2018, he has a lower OPS (.923), but he has an improved O