Chicago Cubs: What plan is the best for the team?

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Chicago Cubs: Home sweet home

Fans or no fans, let them play at your home ballpark. The Cubs would have an issue playing at Chase Field. Or Chase, Globe Life and Marlins Park. So let’s just stick them where they would be comfortable. Home.

If you have to do it, let them go home to do it. Hopefully, the curve will be flattened, and the game will make its return. Now, fans or not? The CDC will be leary of that. So on to the schedule. Well, that’s a controversy wrapped in an enigma…you get the point.

So 81 games? One hundred sixty-two games, with doubleheaders all day long? In honesty, I don’t know what they’ll do. Doing an 81 game schedule seems fine with me. But I’ve got to realize that most of their money comes from television. So doing 162 game schedule is likely–I just don’t know how they’re going to do that.

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In the end–barring a rebirth of the coronavirus–let them go home. It’s what should happen–although I don’t think it will. The Compound will agree, though.