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After finally opening up their wallets to make a big offseason splash in the signing of Steven Souza, the now-cash-strapped Cubs have been forced to cancel their team’s Netflix account in order to make ends meet.
After a deep review of the project's finances, officials have concluded the entire overage can be attributed to one worker in the city's Department of Streets and Sanitation.
The Cubs will offer three subscription options: 1 month/$99.99, 3 months/$249.99, or the entire season for $399.99.
Ricketts: "Whatever you, don't go pulling this quote out of context just to get clicks to your stupid website using the 'worse than Bartman' phrase from what I just said."