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Know Your Enemy: 2013 Cubs Opponents

Here's where you can find all the posts in the "Know Your Enemy" series.

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Know Your Enemy: Texas Rangers

The Rangers have come very, very close to being World Series champions, but failed. How will that affect their future?

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Know Your Enemy: Seattle Mariners

Cubs vs. Mariners. They've played three series before, nine total games. Do you remember any of them? I didn't think so.

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Know Your Enemy: Oakland Athletics

A bad stadium and scheduling quirks and issues are at the center of this preview involving a team the Cubs have rarely played.

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Know Your Enemy: Los Angeles Angels

The Cubs will welcome Mike Trout to Wrigley Field for the first time in his career this year. Oh, and some guy named Pujols returns.

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Know Your Enemy: Houston Astros

The Astros have moved to the American League West. The Cubs will see them anyway.

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Know Your Enemy: Chicago White Sox

We're down to four games a year between these two teams. Eventually, maybe they'll realize the "city series" thing is getting overdone, and they'll reduce it to one series a year, alternating between the parks.

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Know Your Enemy: San Francisco Giants

Just how have the Giants won two of the last three World Series? Pitching, mostly, along with a little bit of luck.

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Know Your Enemy: San Diego Padres

The Padres are a pretty anonymous bunch. This isn't anything new.

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Know Your Enemy: Los Angeles Dodgers

The Dodgers have a lot of money. Can that translate into a lot of wins? We'll find out this year.

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Know Your Enemy: Colorado Rockies

The Rox were bad last year. The Rox haven't made many changes. The Rox are likely to be bad again.

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Know Your Enemy: Arizona Diamondbacks

The D'backs were really good in 2011, outperforming expectations. They regressed in 2012, underperforming what was expected. Now what?

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Know Your Enemy: Washington Nationals

The Nats are a very good team. Biggest 2013 task: prevent their spectacular 2012 playoff collapse from affecting them.

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Know Your Enemy: Philadelphia Phillies

The Phillies -- and probably you -- will be on Ryno-watch this year.

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Know Your Enemy: New York Mets

The Mets weren't very good in 2012. They traded away their best pitcher. This isn't a formula for being better in 2013.

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Know Your Enemy: Miami Marlins

Ozzie's gone. Buehrle's gone. Reyes is gone. Josh Johnson is gone. Jeffrey Loria is laughing all the way to the bank, but I'm guessing Marlins fans don't think it's funny.

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Know Your Enemy: Atlanta Braves

The Braves made the wild-card game in 2012 and might have lost it due to a bizarre umpiring call. They've got the talent to get back there again in 2013, including a pair of Uptons.

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Know Your Enemy: Pittsburgh Pirates

The Pirates started hot, then collapsed. The Pirates started hot, then collapsed. That repeat is on purpose, because they did exactly that both of the last two seasons.

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Know Your Enemy: Milwaukee Brewers

Yes, I know. You love to hate Ryan Braun. What about his teammates?

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Know Your Enemy: Cincinnati Reds

Former Cubs manager Dusty Baker has led the Reds to the postseason two of the last three years. Skill, talent or luck?

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Know Your Enemy: St. Louis Cardinals

This is the first of a multi-part series examining the teams the Cubs will play during the 2013 regular season.

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