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Baffoe: Cubs Win The Waiting Game

By Tim Baffoe–

(670 The Score) The Komodo dragon, the planet’s largest lizard, is a fascinating predator. Despite its size, it doesn’t usually rely on brute strength to deal with prey, which is often larger than the dragon itself. 1,130 more words


Does Jed Hoyer Have A Desire To Lead A Front Office Again? 'Right Now, I'm Incredibly Happy'

(670 The Score) When Theo Epstein arrived as the Cubs’ new president of baseball operations in October 2011, one of his first moves was to call up an old friend as general manager. 366 more words


Jed Hoyer Explains Why He, Theo Epstein Never Wear World Series Rings

(670 The Score) Jed Hoyer and Theo Epstein have won three World Series rings together as baseball executives, the first two in Boston and then another one here in Chicago when they constructed the Cubs team that broke a 108-year championship drought in 2016. 255 more words


Jed Hoyer Praises Brewers' Additions, Emphasizes Cubs Will Stick To Their Offseason Plan

(670 The Score) A day after the Brewers made headlines and solidified their legitimacy as an NL Central contender with the acquisitions of outfielders Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain, Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer emphasized that his organization couldn’t let anything another team did sway its plans. 453 more words


Jed Hoyer: Cubs 'Almost Definitely' Moving Into Season With This Group Of Offensive Players

(670 The Score) Judging by general manager Jed Hoyer’s comments Friday afternoon, the Cubs don’t appear inclined to trade one of the position players from their young core this offseason, even as they remain steadfast in their desire to add another frontline starting pitcher. 416 more words


Levine: Cubs Still Have Key Additions To Make For 2018 Season

By Bruce Levine–

(670 The Score) — With the new year upon us, the start of Cubs spring training awaits in less than six weeks. 612 more words


Cubs' Closer In 2018? Right Now, Your Guess Is As Good As Jed Hoyer's

(CBS) Your guess may be as good as Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer’s as to who the team’s closer will be in 2018.

“That’s a discussion that’s ongoing,” Hoyer said when asked who the front-runner is on the Spiegel and Parkins Show on Thursday. 272 more words