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Latest Theo Epstein Items
Ted Lilly has been hired by the Chicago Cubs as a special assistant to Theo Epstein, the team's president of baseball operations.
There is one distinct message new manager Rick Renteria plans to deliver when the Chicago Cubs gather Wednesday for their first full-squad workout.
Theo Epstein never said the overhaul would be easy. As he enters his third year as president of baseball operations, more struggling appears to be in store for the Chicago Cubs.
The most anticipated player at the Chicago Cubs' fan convention this weekend probably isn't on the roster or in the farm system. A case could be made that he's in Japan.
Several clubs have expressed interest in acquiring Drew Storen or Tyler Clippard, but the Nationals are asking for a lot in return for either reliever.
Boston Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington was voted The Sporting News baseball executive of the year following the team's worst-to-first turnaround.
First-time manager Rick Renteria's challenge goes beyond merely trying to bring a winning team to Wrigley Field.
The Chicago Cubs are set to hire San Diego Padres bench coach Rick Renteria as their manager, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
Alfonso Soriano took one look around Yankee Stadium and broke into a big, familiar smile.