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Joe Maddon cites 'remarkably bad' conditions as Cubs announce postponement of game against Braves

With a cold rain falling and the threat of snow looming, the Cubs announced the postponement of their Sunday afternoon game two hours before Tyler Chatwood was slated to throw the first pitch at Wrigley Field.

Were manager Joe Maddon writing the headline to this story, he might have chosen: SANITY PREVAILS.

Maddon called Sunday's

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