Crossing the Streams: Does the End Justify the Means for the Cubs?
When Tom Ricketts purchased the Chicago Cubs, he thought he was buying a perpetual-motion machine, a self-sustaining cash cow.  But with all the moving parts, bloviating business owners, and dead-end nonsense negotiations, it appears as though what he actually acquired is an entropic Rube Goldberg device. And many fans feel as though they’ve been sold... Read more »