After a historically feeble offensive season, the Cubs core cautiously believes it has turned the corner in time for the playoffs

Do the last three games wipe the slate on a historically miserable season for a seasoned Chicago Cubs offense?“You’ve seen this lineup struggle,” second baseman Jason Kipnis said. “But no other team wants to see this lineup get going and see us in the playoffs, I’ll tell you that.”As a member of the 2016 Cleveland Indians, Kipnis saw the Cubs offense come through in the clutch during the World Series. But he also has had a front-row view of their franchise-worst .220 team average this year.The offense has an opportunity to show its feeble performance during the 60-game season was an anomaly wh…

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