I'm guessing that the Cubs will still have games on WGN-TV after 2014. All they did hear was exercise their option on their contract. They'll probably be back at a higher fee for WGN.
The Cubs have a deal with CSN until 2019, but I wouldn't be surprised if they end their partnership with CSN and the other Chicago teams after that to start their own cable network.
Originally Posted by LITTLE NELL
Maybe you can float me a loan to get the MLB TV package, my Social Security increase is only going to be 1.5% for 2014. Actually Comcast in my area does not offer the MLB package and I don't want to watch games on my computer.
MLB.TV isn't just for computers. If you have a streaming device like a Roku, you can stream games to your TV in HD quality. The last two years, I got MLB.TV starting around mid-June through the rest of the season for $50 for the remainder of those seasons.