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Crosstown Cup isn't the real prize

Cubs, Sox each desperately in need of shot of adrenaline city series often delivers

Updated: June 20, 2011, 9:43 AM ET
By Jon Greenberg | ESPNChicago.com

CHICAGO -- Mariano Rivera can have his multiple World Series rings. Alex Rodriguez can keep his diamond trinkets. Derek Jeter's gold-plated little black book? Amateur hour, if you ask me.

Because the Chicago Cubs, and by proxy, the White Sox, had the greatest bauble of them all on display at Wrigley Field on Sunday -- the BP Crosstown Cup.

(Pause for awe.)

(Pause again for reverence.)

(Once more, like you mean it, you heathens.)

Sadly, the Cubs were only borrowing ...

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