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Paul Sullivan: Dodgers' 11th-hour pursuit of Harper should have Cubs worried about their championship window closing

GLENDALE, Ariz. - When a Brinks truck pulled up to the Dodgers offices at Camelback Ranch on Monday morning, it could've been a harbinger to the conclusion of the months-long Bryce Harper saga.

"Sometimes real life is simply too much," ESPN reporter Pedro Gomez tweeted with a video of the truck.

Harper, of course, was not here to collect his megamillions and join the two-time defending National League champions.

Sometimes a Brinks truck is just a Brinks truck.

But manager Dave Roberts confirmed reports he and

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