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Self-Help for Cursed Teams

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Why do baseball's Cubs and Red Sox choke in the postseason? Self-help guru Noah St. John says it's because they don't give themselves "permission to succeed." NPR's Melissa Block talks with St. John, as well as former Red Sox pitcher Bill "Spaceman" Lee and former Cubs and Sox player Dennis Eckersley.

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