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Get Ready To Throw Up: Chicago Cubs Lineup From 2012

As Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer were busy tearing the Chicago Cubs apart, there was a section of fans that were dumbfounded by what the plan was. It was simple, tear everything down, be bad for several seasons and rebuild the entire minor league system, while spending money in the international market. The Cubs’ last winning season was in 2009. Some fans were confused, saying the...
Via Sports Mockery
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Cubs prez Theo Epstein threw out first pitch, almost nailed mascot

Chicago Cubs GM Theo Epstein threw out the first pitch before the Single-A South Bend Cubs game yesterday. Chicago's' mascot, Clark the Cub, stood in the box for the pitch...and was brushed back. .@Cubs president Theo Epstein brushes back Clark the Cub with tonight's @SBCubs first pitch:— Mike Monaco (@MikeMonaco_) April 9, 2015Molly Geary asked, "Did...
Via Bob's Blitz
16 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Theo Epstein nearly drills mascot with first pitch

The Chicago Cubs have a new affiliate in South Bend, so team president Theo Epstein was invited to throw out the first pitch before the team’s home opener. The Cubs mascot, Clark, stepped into the batter’s box and awaited Epstein’s pitch. But that wasn’t a very good idea. Epstein clearly didn’t expect the mascot to try to steal his fame, so he decided to brush Clark...
Via The Sports Daily
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Theo Epstein’s First Pitch At Cubs Minor League Game Almost Plunked The Mascot

Bwahahahaha "@MikeMonaco_: .@Cubs president Theo Epstein brushes back Clark with tonight's @SBCubs first pitch:" — Matt Clapp (@TheBlogfines) April 9, 2015 Theo Epstein, who currently is the President of Baseball Operations for the Chicago Cubs, was in South Bend on Thursday to throw out the first pitch at the South Bend Cubs game. The Article found on...
Via Next Impulse Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Cubs: Shields’ signing not on the horizon

This past off-season has been one of the most productive and entertaining Chicago Cubs fans have experienced in several years. Finally, Theo Epstein has been given the green light to begin spending real money on free agents to help lead the core young prospects into becoming a playoff caliber team. The 6 year-$155 million signing of Jon Lester headlined a busy off-season that has...
February 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Chicago Cubs: New free agent and trade targets

Following the Toronto Blue Jays’ acquisition of three-time All-Star Russell Martin, the Cubs are beginning to find new offseason targets. Martin and the Blue Jays agreed to a backloaded 5-year, $82 million ($16.4 million per year) contract, which would pay the backstop $20 million during his age 34, 35, and 36 seasons. While Martin would have been a great fit on the Cubs’ young...
November 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Kris Bryant likely to start in Double-A for Cubs

According to Jesse Rogers of ESPN Chicago, the Cubs are expected to start talented young third baseman Kris Bryant at the Double-A level this season. Bryant has been an absolute star no matter where he’s been, and is expected to reach the big leagues very quickly. The Cubs selected Kris Bryant with the second overall pick in last years MLB Draft. “Kris probably has a good chance...
Via Sports-Glory
January 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Chicago Cubs shouldn’t fold on Sam Fuld

With parts of the team already set in place and Theo Epstein waiting for his prospects to blossom, the Chicago Cubs will be spending only a small amount of their resources on free agents. With some of those resources, I would like to see a veteran signing to help the outfield or serve as a utility player. A perfect fit for this position is former Cub Sam Fuld. A Stanford grad, Fuld...
January 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Chicago Cubs rumors: Shin-Soo Choo edition

    As the winter meetings come to a close, a lot of big bats have already been signed to huge contracts this offseason. Names like Robinson Cano, Brian McCann, and Curtis Granderson have already come to find new places to step up to the plate next season, but some names are still out there that Chicago Cubs GM Jed Hoyer and President Theo Epstein might take a look at. One of...
December 13, 2013  |  Discuss

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