Cubs owner wants Sammy Sosa to 'put everything on the table'

Cubs owner wants Sammy Sosa to 'put everything on the table'
CHICAGO -- Cubs owner Tom Ricketts said franchise all-time home run leader Sammy Sosa needs to "put everything on the table" in regards to PED use during his playing days if he is to be ever welcomed back by the team. "Players from that era owe us a little bit of honesty," Ricketts said Saturday during the team's annual fan convention. "The only way to turn that page is to put everything on the table." Sosa played 13 years for the Cubs, hitting 545 home runs, including three years of 60 or more. He never officially tested positive for steroids. He hasn't been invited back with the team in any official capacity since he retired after the 2007 season. Ricketts has been ambiguous in the past about what Sosa needs to do to be welcomed back, but on Saturday he finally explained his feelings on the topic. "I think we have to be sympathetic to that era ... but the players owe us some honesty, too," Ricketts said in response to a fan's question during a... 
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