In a stunning announcement by the Cubs today, the Ricketts family extended a 2016 World Series championship ring to exiled super fan Steve Bartman. But lost in the fine print were details on the other commemorative rings the team discretely opted to issue.
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"It's a fire sale. Everything must go," said Epstein, while on a phone call with another team's GM. "Rizzo for three 17-year-old prospects? Done! Bryant for a No. 5 starter and a cooler mascot than ours? Send me the paperwork!"
"It was great having Woody back tonight," said manager Joe Maddon. "So great in fact that we're not letting him go back to Kansas City. We need him here."
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The Cubs were less than two innings into the defense of their world championship when one lifelong fan unleashed his first complaint about the team.