It's the type of personal finance quandary many of us would like to run into: How to spend extra money that comes your way.
Make that a lot of extra money.
For the Chicago Cubs players, dividing the spoils of Major League Baseball's lucrative postseason revenues presents such a dilemma, albeit not one as critical as beating the Cleveland Indians in the World Series.
Postseason revenue, generated primarily from playoff and World Series gate receipts, has been around since 1903. The biggest change, however, is that the bosses — the baseball team owners who get a percentage of the take — no longer ladle out the gravy to their players, who now directly get a...