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Sources: Cubs Limiting Hours Of Gameday Staff To Avoid Paying For Healthcare
Published August 22, 2014
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MY NAME IS MUD: In Chicago, Rick Telander writes under the header, "The Cubs: A Franchise Stuck In The Mud." Telander: "Want a rundown stadium? Yep. Wrigley Field is an oxymoron: a lovely, crumbling, historic, intimate dump. How about some front-office fun? Got that, too." The Ricketts family "either does or doesn’t have enough money to run the franchise properly" (CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 8/22).