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The Red Sox and Cubs will get a deal done to allow Theo Epstein to leave Fenway for Wrigley at some point. When that point is, though, is still anyone's guess. Reports indicate that talks over compensation between the Red Sox and Cubs continue, but there are a couple of developments in regards to what the Chicago front office will look like once the wheeling and dealing is done. CBS Sports' Scott Miller is reporting that San Diego general manager Jed Hoyer is set to join the Cubs as well.That much we knew, but Miller also reports that, like Epstein,...
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In a joint statement by the Chicago Cubs and the Boston Red Sox, the teams have announced that Theo Epstein has resigned from the Red Sox organization and has been named as the President of Baseball Operations for the Chicago Cubs.
The sides have also come to an agreement for the compensation, but the exact details are unknown at this time. The official announcement will come on...
The big news regarding Theo Epstein potentially heading to Chicago is that there is not yet news. The Red Sox and Cubs remain stalemated on compensation negotiations, according to ESPN.com. But if and when Epstein joins Cubs, he reportedly will be permitted to take one prominent member of the Red Sox organization with him. According to ESPN.com's Gordon Edes, executive vice president...
The Theo Epstein saga dragged into Friday with conflicting information on the status of talks between the Boston Red Sox and Chicago Cubs.
It appears the Cubs finally got their boy. Multiple sources are reporting that Theo Epstein will be leaving his role as the General Manager of the Red Sox and joining the Cubs to be the President of Baseball Operations. The announcement should come at some point today, while the World Series has a day off for travel. This deal has been stuck in neutral for nearly two weeks while...
Theo Epstein is joining the Chicago Cubs as president of baseball operations. The 37-year-old Epstein resigned from the Boston Red Sox on Friday night with a year remaining on his contract as general manager to run a team that has gone 103 years without a World Series championship.
So it's come to this.Apparently Boston Red Sox owner John Henry got mad and is further delaying the Theo Epstein to the Cubs deal because of "premature media reports"?
Sit back and put yourself in the shoes of a Boston Red Sox owner.Your team gags at the end of the season and doesn't even get in the playoffs - the biggest slow motion choke in the history of baseball...
It appears club wants to add more than just a GMNow it appears incoming baseball boss Theo Epstein will bring Padres GM Jed Hoyer to Chicago to be the Cubs' new GM, reuniting the two old friends from Boston.
Theo Epstein is joining the Chicago Cubs as president of baseball operations.
With Cubs and Red Sox at impasse, they must defer to World SeriesThe Theo Epstein saga appeared to be going into extra innings Tuesday after the Cubs and Boston failed to decide on compensation for Epstein's services.
A few random Red Sox observations as we await the transition from Theo Epstein to Ben Cherington, which will signal...
The Cubs and Red Sox released a joint statement Friday regarding Theo Epstein: