Pittsburgh Pirates

March 24, 2009 12:00 AM

Cactus prez says Cubs will likely stay

The Chicago Cubs may very well leave their spring training home in Mesa, Ariz., for a plush facility somewhere else, but the odds of that facility being in Sarasota are slim, according to Robert Brinton, president of the Cactus League Association.

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