Henry made his billions trading- mainly currencies. You know the drill- buy low/sell high or buy high and sell higher.
There will come a point when he will not be able to squeeze any more seats in Fenway short of suspending them from helicoptors above the field. The ticket prices are already the highest in the majors by far. THey're coming off a historic WS win. It would seem that the value of the franchise has to be near a near term peak.
I'm just wondering how attached he is to the team. WIll he be willing to tie up money in an asset that has peaked in value. . I know that when he sold the Marlins, he screwed them in the way he had set up the revenue from the luxury boxes, so there is ample evidence that he's willing to sacrifice loyalty for the bottom line.
Wonder if the Sox fans have nay input on this