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What is the Chicago Cubs record against the Chicago White Sox since interleague play began in Major League Baseball?


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2010-02-20 03:53:53
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Entering the 2010 season the Chicago White Sox are leading the Cubs in the crosstown showdown with 37 wins to the Cubs' 35 wins.

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