In a bit of a surprising move, the Cubs dismissed Vice President of Player Personnel Oneri Fleita on Wednesday.
Thanks to a once-thought-impossible confluence of circumstances — Boston’s historic collapse, an opening at Clark and Addison, and one man’s desire to leave the nurturing nest of his home city and spread his wings — Theo Epstein is reportedly ready to be the Cubs’ top baseball executive for five years and many millions.
Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts doesn’t think the Cubs are too far off from becoming a contender in the National League.
The reports of paranormal activity in the Cubs’ offices began last month. The sightings were frequent, and the stories shared similar, telltale characteristics.