ESPN Senior MLB Insider Jeff Passan joins Cheddar News to discuss Major League Baseball's plans to expand from 30 to 32 teams, once the Oakland Athletics and Tampa Bay Rays eventually decide on a home field location. When expansion does happen, will new owners be willing to pay a franchise fee of $2 billion or more? “They're perfectly happy to buy into it at that price, because … owning a sports team isn't just about the money that you make while doing so, which is significant, but it's about being a small, exclusive group of people. … There are only 30 Major League Baseball franchise owners right now and those things are like Willy Wonka's golden ticket.”