Opening week is usually an eye-opener, and 2016 has proven no exception to the rule. Records are being broken all over both leagues, and the predictions of winter are giving way to the realities of spring. Decisions made, deals brokered, and hopes hung high are being put to the ultimate test.

For each team, there are lessons being learned, and the Chicago Cubs are no exception. Let’s take a look at five things learned from the first six games of 2016…

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David N. Wilson

David N. Wilson is an author, publisher, and IT Manager living in the wilds of North Carolina. He's been writing professionally for more than 25 years, and a Chicago Cubs fan for more than 40. His love of the written word and glass-half-full Cubs fan mentality have driven him to pursue sportswriting. Also, he has a LOT of opinions... (as does his grounder fielding dog, Gizmo)

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