NEW YORK -- The Chicago Cubs haven't exactly crossed the mind of retiring New York Yankees great Derek Jeter lately. The teams don't play each other often and the Yankees are consistently in a win-now mode. The Cubs? Not so much. Jeter was asked between games of a doubleheader sweep on Wednesday if he could imagine going 105 years without a championship. The Yankees have won five since Jeter debuted for them in 1995 and 27 overall as a franchise.
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