Posted October 11, 2013 on cubs.scout.com
PLAYERS: Theo Epstein
TEAMS: Chicago Cubs
Keep up with the Cubs manager search with Northsiders Report as we track all the candidates for the Cubs’ 53rd manager in franchise history. Theo Epstein said he wants a new skipper before the GM/Owners Meetings begin Nov. 11.
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