Get ready to cry, Cubs fans.
Andrew Friedman is taking his talents to Southern California as the Dodgers take a page out of the Cubs' playbook.
Theo Epstein has already called his shot. The Cubs are going to overpay for a No. 1 starter.
In Chicago, if you're a baseball fan, you can only have an allegiance to one team. It's either the Cubs or the White Sox. "Both" is not an accepted response in the Windy City.
It's easy to envision Neil Ramirez trotting out of the bullpen for a key eighth inning in mid-October.