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Cubs Win First Pennant Since 1945

In the end, it looked so simple. Yasiel Puig chopped a ball through the dirt of Wrigley Field, where it was corralled by a precocious young shortstop, who whirled it to second base, where an even more exciting phenom fired it on to first. 1,068 more words


Cubs GM Jed Hoyer: Can't Put A Numerical Value On Joe Maddon's Worth

(CBS) Citing the influence of Joe Maddon, Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer pushed back at the sabermetrically based belief that baseball managers only account for a two-game difference in the win-loss column in a 162-game season. 444 more words


Cubs extend contracts of Hoyer, McLeod

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The Chicago Cubs today announced the organization has agreed to terms with Executive Vice President/General Manager Jed Hoyer and Senior Vice President/Scouting and Player Development Jason McLeod on contract extensions through the 2021 campaign. 513 more words

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Cubs Sign Jed Hoyer, Jason McLeod To Extensions

(CBS) The Cubs made official Friday what was known earlier in the week.

Two days after signing president of baseball operations Theo Epstein to a five-year extension, the Cubs also extended the contracts of general manager Jed Hoyer and senior vice president of scouting and player development Jason McLeod along the same timeline. 181 more words


Jed Hoyer On Lack Of Egoism In Cubs Front Office: 'It's OK To Be Pippen'

(CBS) The rise of the Cubs to becoming the best team in baseball has been orchestrated by a shrewd, patient front office, one that to date has been also been marked by a lack of egoism. 607 more words


Levine: Cubs Brass Evaluating Playoff Roster, Matchups

By Bruce Levine–

CHICAGO (CBS) — Somewhere deep in the cavernous Wrigley Field underpinnings, an office with roster boards of the Cardinals, Giants and Mets exists. 563 more words


Jed Hoyer: There's A 'Good Chance' Cubs Lose A Front Office Executive To Promotion With Another Team

(CBS) On the verge of clinching the NL Central and making a run at a long-coveted World Series title, the Cubs are also bracing for the possibility that they’ll lose an important front office member or two after the season to another job. 464 more words