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Chicago Cubs shortstop Junior Lake and Chicago White Sox pitcher Terry Doyle were named the Arizona Fall League's player and pitcher of the week for Week 3.
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Well the announcement finally came, the deal is semi-official, they have a process in place for the compensation issue and Epstein is free to mosey on west to Chicago and bring some good folks with him.
One of the local radio stations is asking Cub fans what they would like to convey to Theo. Only problem is it is on one of those websites where you can have something...
When the Cubs’ Ryan Dempster hosts his annual Casino Night fundraiser, he and his teammates come decked out in white tuxedos with black bow ties. When fellow Cub Randy Wells hosted his benefit concert with Texas Red Dirt singer Stoney LaRue at Joe’s Bar Friday, a teammate would be considered dressed up if he was wearing a collar.
The Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox will not hold any talks before Tuesday on compensation for the hiring of Theo Epstein.
Both teams have scheduled press conferences for Tuesday - the Cubs to formally introduce Epstein as the club's new head of baseball operations and the Red Sox to announce Epstein's successor, which is believed to be assistant GM Ben Cherington.
Perhaps the folks at Sports World, a souvenir and novelty shop across the street from the home-plate corner of Wrigley Field in Chicago, know something that most others do not about Theo Epstein coming to the Chicago Cubs. Is expensive slugger Alfonso Soriano part of the compensation package heading to the Boston Red Sox?
Only in the dreams of fiscally fed-up Cubs fans, right?...
Cubs top man will give Quade chance to make his caseCubs manager Mike Quade will get a chance to lobby for his job, president of baseball operations Theo Epstein confirmed Tuesday.
Marlins interested in dealing for James Shields, not Carlos Zambrano.
The wait is over, Cubs fans.
After days of back-and-forth negotiations with the Boston Red Sox, the Cubs at 11 a.m. Tuesday officially will announce Theo Epstein as team president of baseball operations.
It feels like it's been a long time coming. Epstein reportedly agreed to a five-year deal with the Cubs worth more than $15 million nearly two weeks ago.
From there the Red...
CHICAGO (AP) - Theo Epstein is promising a better Cubs team. It will just take time.Epstein was introduced Tuesday as the new president of baseball operations for the Chicago Cubs, who hope he can work the same magic for the championship-starved team as he did for the Boston Red Sox."To ...
On the day of his introductory news conference at Wrigley Field, incoming Chicago Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein explains his reasons for leaving the Boston Red Sox in an op-ed piece in the Boston Globe .
On the day of his introductory news conference at Wrigley Field, incoming Chicago Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein explains his reasons for leaving the Boston Red Sox in an op-ed piece in the Boston Globe.
The Chicago Cubs officially introduced Theo Epstein as their new president of baseball operations Tuesday.