That's the opinion of Barry Rozner today in the Daily Herald, yes, of suburban Chicago.
Major League Baseball prefers local ownership money, which goes back to my original point even way back a couple of years ago when this Cuban-Cubs stuff started -- Cuban needs to buy his hometown Pirates when that once-proud franchise finally hits the market.
He can save the Pirates and all will be right with the world.
My family's tree goes back to Western Pennsylvania so there's no forgetting the "We are Family" Pirates of 1979 -- the flat-top hats, the myriad uniform mix-n-match of black, gold, white and white pin-strip shirts and pants (man, those were the days), Willie Stargell, The Cobra Dave Parker, Bill Madlock, Omar Moreno, Phil Gardner, Bert Blyleven, Jim Bibby, The Candy Man John Candelaria, the sidewinder Kent Tekulve, and, of course, everyone's favorite manager Chuck Tanner.
Forget the Cubbies, Cuban, and prepare to save the Pirates.