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Epstein says more moves coming for Cubs

Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein acquired one starting pitcher on Friday and promised he's not done dealing.

Time Has Come for Bud Selig to Step In, Settle Theo Epstein Compensation Talks

The wait has dragged on long enough. It's been exactly two months since former Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein bolted his post to become the president of baseball operations for the Chicago Cubs. This weekend will also mark the two-month anniversary of Ben Cherington's introduction as Epstein's successor. Yet here we are -- heading into the holidays -- with no resolution...

Epstein, Cubs go with youth movement, trade Marshall to Reds for Wood, 2 prospects

Methodical tearing down and rebuilding of the old Cubs will certainly continue; 'I don't think we're done,' Epstein saidFor those who missed Theo Epstein's message when he took over baseball operations, here it is again after the Cubs traded proven reliever Sean Marshall to the Reds for a semi-proven starter and two minor leaguers Friday:

Isn't it time to forgive Bartman?

CSN: Hopefully Theo Epstein is true to his word and welcomes exiled fan Steve Bartman back to Wrigley. This season will be the ninth since Bartman's infamous moment. Fans will never forget. But it's time to forgive.

Cubs' Marshall to Reds: 'old' for 'young'

If you missed Theo Epstein's message when he took over, here it is again after the Cubs traded proven reliever...

An issue  of control

At one point, Cubs president Theo Epstein said Sean Marshall ‘‘might be the most valuable left-handed reliever in all of baseball.’’ After trading him to the Cincinnati Reds on Friday for unproven young starter Travis Wood and two prospects, Epstein called the deal ‘‘the type of move that...

Cubs Deal Sean Marshall to the Reds; get Young Players in Return

 Theo Epstein sent a message of rebuilding today. Actually he already sent that message earlier this week when he said that the Chicago Cubs were not interested in acquiring Prince Fielder. It’s clear: a youth movement, rebuilding from scratch is going on in Chicago. Today, Theo acquired left-handed pitcher Travis Wood, outfielder Dave Sappelt and minor league infielder Ronald...

Epstein On Pitching, Sean Marshall, Matt Garza

The Cubs completed the Sean Marshall trade today, sending the lefty to the Reds for three young players. President of baseball operations Theo Epstein spoke to reporters after the deal was finalized, discussing a few different topics. Let's recap... "I don't think we are done," said Epstein according to Bruce Levine of ESPN Chicago. "I do think we still...

Cubs Planning "Complete And Total Rebuild"

The Cubs are attempting to deal "most of their valuable assets" before Spring Training begins and "a complete overhaul of the team will definitely happen," two Major League sources tell David Kaplan of CSN Chicago.  The impending Sean Marshall-for-Travis Wood trade is the first step in this process, as the Cubs are acquiring a young, controllable, 24-year-old...

Cubs acquire Travis Wood from Reds for Sean Marshall

At one point, Cubs president Theo Epstein said Sean Marshall ‘‘might be the most valuable left-handed reliever in all of baseball.’’ After trading him to the Cincinnati Reds on Friday for unproven young starter Travis Wood and two prospects, Epstein called the deal ‘‘the type of move that...

Cubs' deal of Marshall to Reds is part of youth movement

Methodical rebuilding will continue; 'I don't think we're done,' Epstein saidIf you missed Theo Epstein's message when he took over, here it is again after the Cubs traded proven reliever Sean Marshall to the Reds for semi-proven starter Travis Wood and two minor leaguers Friday:

Cubs deal Marshall to Reds for Wood, 2 prospects

Methodical tearing down and rebuilding of the old Cubs will certainly continue; 'I don't think we're done,' Epstein saidFor those who missed Theo Epstein's message when he took over baseball operations, here it is again after the Cubs traded proven reliever Sean Marshall to the Reds for a semi-proven starter and two minor leaguers Friday:

'A complete and total rebuild'

HBT: Still thinking the Cubs are going to get in on Prince Fielder? Think again. CSN reports that Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer are looking to blow things up.
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