Everyone at the Cubs seems to think that the whole Baseball Village idea outside Wrigley will only increase the team's popularity, but I wonder whether it will just lead to hardcore fans becoming more jaded and less willing to toss money at the team. The experience, I imagine, appeals more to tourists and chads and trixies than to the "real" fans. Maybe I'm wrong.
Ridiculousness across all sports:
(1) "You have no valid opinion because you never played the game."
(2) "Stats are irrelevant. This guy just doesn't know how to win."