Kansas City Royals Fans Crown John Sherman As EPIC MLB Cheapskate

A recent note we enjoyed offers insight about the fortunes of corporate Major League Baseball but gives a nod to the local owner looking at taxpayers to pick up the check for his luxury suite. 

Here's the money line . . . 

"When a team says they don’t have any money to spend on free agents or extensions, what they actually mean is that they determined that the team would profit more from not signing those players, regardless of how many more wins they might lead the team to."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

So your team says they have no money

Multiple teams are signaling an unwillingness to spend on free agency this off-season. Why?