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CHICAGO -- Wrigley Field turns 100 this spring, and Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts is looking forward to celebrating the landmark birthday. Authentic Terrence Ross Jersey . He also wants to get started on the future of the beloved ballpark. Ricketts said Friday the team is examining all options for financing the renovation of the Cubs longtime home, including bringing in outside investors for the franchise. "Most teams are owned by dozens of investors," Ricketts said. "Its unusual for anyone to own 95 per cent of a team. So were going to look at whether or not that fits for us. But it is non-controlling, minority shares." Ricketts said outside investment is just one financing option being considered, and the process is just getting started. He also said there is no reason to be concerned about the financial state of the club. "It is quite common for teams to sell limited partnership interests," said Sal Galatioto, president of Galatioto Sports Partners. "Most of the major baseball franchises are held through partnerships." Galatioto said his firm represented the Ricketts when they purchased the Cubs, Wrigley Field and 25 per cent of Comcast SportsNet Chicago in 2009 from Tribune Co. or $845 million. The family controls 95 per cent of the Cubs, with Tribune Co. owning the rest. Forbes, in its recent valuation of major league teams, ranked the Cubs as the fourth-most valuable at $1.2 billion. "The $1.2 billion valuation of the club by itself seems to be in the ballpark," Galatioto said in an email. While Wrigley remains one of baseballs most popular ballparks, it lacks many of the modern amenities that are common around the majors. But the teams privately financed $500 million renovation plan remains on hold. The long-delayed project calls for construction of a nearby hotel and upgrades throughout the ballpark, with a Jumbotron video screen in left field and a 650 square-foot Budweiser sign in right. The Cubs have approval from the city for the Jumbotron and sign but seek assurances from rooftop owners along Waveland and Sheffield Aves. that they wont slow construction by suing over blocked views. The rooftop businesses give a percentage of their revenue to the Cubs as part of their contracts with the team. "The key is to just keep moving forward and keep talking," Ricketts said before the Cubs home opener against the Philadelphia Phillies, "and I expect that something will work for us. Well figure it out." But Ricketts had hoped to have started construction by now, and he sounded a bit tired about the negotiations with the rooftop owners. "Weve made a lot of concesssions," he said. "At some point it has to end somewhere. But again, were not there yet. We keep working and see what we can get done." 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"The play was Jason blocking the plate there and getting the tag down," McDonald said. "He did a great job." Toronto manager John Farrell didnt think so. "We should still be playing," Farrell said after seeing the replay. "That play is right in front of Brian Knight. It was clear that Edwin did a good job sliding around the plant leg of Tek. His swipe tag missed him by no less than a foot." For McDonald, it was a rare highlight in a rough season. He was on the disabled list from May 26 to June 14 with a strained left quadriceps and is just 8-for-64 in 35 games. Hes filled in recently in left field while Carl Crawford spends time on the disabled list with a strained hamstring. "Its been very tough," McDonald said. "I want to do things to help the team. Obviously, I havent been effective at the plate. Its a long season. ... When youre not hitting, defence has to be on point." Brett Cecil (1-4) went all the way for Toronto, giving up two runs in the second on an RBI double by Varitek and a run-scoring single by J.D. Drew and one in the third on Dustin Pedroias eighth homer of the year. Toronto had just two hits through eight innings before Corey Patterson led off the ninth with a single off Jonathan Papelbon and Jose Bautista followed with his major league-leading 28th homer. A single by Encarnacion and a walk to J.P. Arencibia put runners at first and second with two outs. John McDonald then looped a single that Darnell McDonald charged and, on the run, fired the ball on the fly to Varitek, who blocked the plate with his left leg. Knight looked closely, then raised his right hand for the out sign. "Tek deserves a save," Red Sox manager Terry Francona said. "Hes as good at that (as) anybody in the game. Thats a good baseball play. He stuck that stump in there and didnt let him get to the plate. Mac made a great throw. It certainly wasnt the way we drew it up, but its a heck of a way to end the game." Did John McDonald see the replay? "Does it make a difference?" he said. "Were sitting in here right now getting ready for Wednesdays series finale." Papelbon got his 18th save in 19 chances while Matt Albers (3-3) picked up thhe win. Custom Raptors Jersey. Boston starter Jon Lester allowed no hits in four innings before leaving with a strained muscle on the left side of his back. Francona said it had been bothering Lester the entire inning and further examination would be done on Wednesday. Albers worked two scoreless innings and gave up Torontos first hit, a two-out single by Bautista in the sixth. Franklin Morales and Daniel Bard each pitched a scoreless inning before Papelbon got into -- and out of -- a jam. "To not give up today, get a few runs, get a few more guys on base against an excellent closer says a lot about our club," John McDonald said. The Red Sox ended a three-game home losing streak and won for the fifth time in its last six games overall. They went up 2-0 in the second when David Ortiz led off with a double, took third on a groundout and scored on Variteks double. Drew then hit a hard shot into the hole between first and second that went off the foot of second baseman Mike McCoy for a single. Cecil set down the first two batters in the third. Then Pedroia, batting fourth while Kevin Youkilis sat out with a bruised back muscle, drove a 1-2 pitch over the left-field wall for his eighth homer. The five-foot-eight Pedroia hit fourth for only the second time this season and homered in each game. He first did it last Thursday when he went 1-for-5 in a 5-2 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. In his six career games batting cleanup, he is 13 for 26 with four homers. "I see the Red Sox have been signing a whole bunch of little guys because they think they might find another Pedroia," Ortiz joked. "I doubt it. You dont see that every day, man. Hes special." Lester started the game by striking out Rajai Davis, then got Patterson on a groundout before striking out Bautista. He added two strikeouts in the second against Encarnacion and Travis Snider. Lester then walked Arencibia to start the third but set down the next three batters. He pitched a perfect fourth, ending the inning -- and his night -- by throwing a called third strike by Adam Lind. NOTES: Bard has pitched 16 1-3 consecutive scoreless innings. ... Bautista has reached base in 74 of his 79 games. ... Boston sent OF Mike Cameron and cash to the Florida Marlins for a player to be named or cash. ... Torontos season-high streak of homers reached 13 straight games. ... Crawford could return before the all-star break that begins Monday but probably wouldnt play just Sunday, according Francona. ... Boston RHP Clay Buchholz planned to fly Wednesday to North Carolina for a second opinion on a lower back strain that put him on the disabled list. Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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