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Fans Leave Cubs Items at Grave of 1908 Hero Johnny Evers

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Some Cubs fans are hoping they can break a 108-year-old World Series championship drought by leaving items at the New York grave of the middle man in the team's famed Tinker-to-Evers-to-Chance double-play combination
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