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Paul Sullivan: Expect some lively debate when Cubs brain trust hashes out NLDS rotation

The Cubs brain trust plans to meet Wednesday morning at Wrigley Field to hash out the rotation for the National League Division Series against the Nationals, convening in comfy chairs for the lively art of conversation.

Guessing that coffee, doughnuts and opinions will be served, and maybe even some granola bars for the weight-conscious. By the end of the afternoon, manager Joe Maddon will have a rotation to announce to the free world.

Whether the coffee will be stronger than

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