Now, I hope that those fellas at the radio station won't sue me for repeating some of Mr. Ricketts' quotes. They are interesting, but might bring on a few palpitations.
First, I will start with the good news - Mr. Ricketts said that he is "committed to making sure the same feeling that you have the first time you walk into Wrigley Field is the same feeling your father or your grandfather had when they walked in."
The not so good news - "The Toyota Sign will get up. We're just going through the process. There were a few people who had some honest objections to it from a preservationist standpoint, and we do respect those people. The majority of the push back on the sign was not from a preservation standpoint."
Potential bad news - Are they gonna to add a Jumbotron? "I don't know. We're studying everything right now."
And the potential very bad news - Are they gonna sell the naming rights to Wrigley Field? "That's a real possibility. We're not in any discussions on that, and we haven't made any discussions on that. One of the things I hope most really serious fans understand is that those kind of naming rights deals and the kind of revenue you can create from that are dollars that can be brought into the team and re-deployed toward player salaries or toward more amenities in the ballpark. So it's important that you keep your options open on that."