Ricketts thinks Cubs title ring is most valuable in U.S. sports history


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Video Description: Cubs owner, Tom Ricketts, hints at the team’s 2016 World Series rings and says they will probably go down as the most valuable U.S. championship ring in the history of sports. Ricketts also heralds Cubs general manager Theo Epstein as a lock for the Baseball Hall of Fame and talks about how his family manages differing political viewpoints.

"Primarily you let the players get what they want, and they’re the ones that earned it, so let them design it," Cubs owner Tom Ricketts said. "But I’ve been a little bit involved… It’s going to be snappy; very nice. It’s going to be the - probably the most valuable ring in the history of U.S. sports."

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