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Column: Even the very rich have had a tough 2020. Look no further than the owners of Chicago’s pro sports teams.

But they still had to stay at home and wear masks this year, if it makes you feel any better. And hopefully they all remembered to socially distance and frequently wash their hands.

For the men and women in charge of Chicago’s five major pro sports franchises, 2020 has been such a stressful year, you almost feel sorry for them.

We can only imagine their frustration over empty stadiums, massive losses of revenue, departures of longtime executives, unforeseen layoffs and an uncertain future.

Sure, the Rickettses and McCaskeys, along with Jerry Reinsdorf and Rocky Wirtz, will get by much better than the rest of us.