Re: ESPN article on Choo
From what I read in the Redleg Annual (go buy it, 4 bucks was worth it), the Reds can start thinking about spending roughly 150 million per year based on the cash coming in. Not that they will, or that the numbers have been finalized from the TV side, etc.
But, for example, the Votto contract was bearable, if not wise, because every team will have a lot more money and it's possible 25 per year will be the new 15 per year by 2020. (That's my own take, not the Annual that I recall.)
Anyone know the luxury tax threshold now and if it's going up at some point after all the TV money arrives in 2-3 years? If it stays the same, we could be seeing a more NFL like model where most teams have a similar amount to spend.