The Cubs arent going to overreact to the empty green seats at Wrigley Field. The business of baseball is booming.
Agents used to love playing the Yankees against the Red Sox and getting that huge markup from New York or Boston.
In an industry flooded with new money, the Cubs continue to make smaller, safer bets on the free-agent market.
The Miami Marlins are in full-surrender mode, awaiting final approval of a 12-player trade with the Toronto Blue Jays that will gut their major-league roster.
The Miami Marlins and Boston Red Sox have slammed the reset button while the Cubs patiently wait for game-changers like a renovated Wrigley Field, a new television deal and their homegrown core to