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The next two months might not be easy to watch for Chicago Cubs fans who enjoyed the last six years.

The reality of the Cubs trading eight players from their opening-day roster is a team stripped of its best talent as the organization turns its focus to the future.

With that approach, there are players on the big-league roster who could play a role this year and beyond. Here are six Cubs players in particular who are worth watching the rest of the season.

Andy Dalton is the bridge that few Chicago Bears fans want built, a placeholder who separates an eager city from its full Justin Fields experience. That Fields action flick is coming soon — but later than many outsiders desire. Which is why Dalton’s entrance into what likely will be his only Bears training camp could have been awkward if he allowed it to be.

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ROME (AP) — Thousands of fans packed Rome's sidewalks to wildly cheer Europe’s new soccer champions as Italy toured the city in an open-topped bus on Monday evening, crowning a day that saw them honored at the presidential palace and premier's office and cited by the Pope.

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The song is written about the Rockaway Beach in Queens, not the one in San Mateo County. But Bay Area fans won’t hold that against the mighty Ramones, who scored the highest charting song of their career with this fun number that stretched just over 2 minutes.

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