So the Marlins move into their new stadium next year and rename themselves the "Miami Marlins" (while old school Florida Marlins fans complain about tradition and the glory days of Chuck Carr), complete with new uniforms (we assume).
Why should Cubs fans care? Well, now that the Marlins are actually called "Miami", the pieces of the Cubs World Series victory - as foreshadowed in Back To The Future II - are all starting to fall into place.
"But the Cubs and the Marlins are both National League teams!", you say. Of course they are. But realignment has already been mentioned (with Houston being pressured to move to the American League), so why not move the Marlins to the AL? Surely Jeffrey Loria would jump at the opportunity to cause some controversy.
"But you don't seriously think that Back To The Future II could accurately predict the future, do you?"
Look - Nike made the Nike Mag, didn't they?