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Levine: Cubs Won't Stand Pat At Winter Meetings

By Bruce Levine–

(CBS) As incredible and fun as the Cubs’ championship run was in 2016, all of that is now history. A new set of challenges is on the horizon in 2017 for Chicago as the Winter Meetings start on Sunday. 585 more words

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Baffoe: White Sox Tilting At Windmills Is Unfortunate

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(CBS) “It is easy to see,” replied Don Quixote, “that thou art not used to this business of adventures; those are giants; and if thou art afraid, away with thee out of this and betake thyself to prayer while I engage them in fierce and unequal combat.” 1,297 more words

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Levine: Cubs Focused On Acquiring Young Pitching In Offseason

By Bruce Levine–

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (CBS) — Just days after winning their first World Series in 108 years, the Cubs have turned their attention to the 2017 season. 526 more words

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Levine: Jed Hoyer Downplays Miguel Montero's Critical Comments

By Bruce Levine–

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (CBS) — A dust-up┬áthat raised a few eyebrows around the World Series champion Cubs was downplayed by general manager Jed Hoyer on Tuesday. 562 more words

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A 2nd Tweet Has Surfaced On The Famous (Infamous?) @JedHoyer_ Twitter Account

(CBS) A day after the Cubs broke their 108-year championship drought, a subplot associated with the team’s front office has resurfaced.

The mysterious @JedHoyer_ Twitter account… 229 more words

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Theo Epstein Parties Hard, Vows To Leave Jed Hoyer In Charge As He Goes On 'Month-Long Bender'

(CBS) In winning it all for a championship-starved fan base for the second time in his career Wednesday night, Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein strengthened his case as one of the best executives baseball has ever seen. 167 more words

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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. 1,073 more words

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