Tag "Theo Epstein"

Padres Executive Chairman Ron Fowler Steps Down, Sells Majority of Team Stake

The San Diego Padres will undergo a slight ownership change, as executive chairman Ron Fowler has sold the majority of the team’s stake to Peter Seidler.

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MLB Offseason Preview: Chicago Cubs 

Only four seasons removed from their historic 2016 World Series championship, Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer find themselves at a crossroads as the core of their title team heads into their free agency walk seasons. Led by Kris Bryant, Javier Baez, and Anthony Rizzo, the key offensive components of the Cubs roster that ended the franchise’s 108-year championship drought are looking at big contracts at the conclusion of next season.

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Why the Mets Should Be In No Rush to Replace Brodie Van Wagenen

Within hours of Steve Cohen officially taking over as the owner of the Mets, he cleaned house. But that doesn’t mean he has to fill it back up right now.

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Does Theo To Boston Actually Make Sense?

With the rumor mill swirling around all of New England about a potential return with the Red sox, does a Theo Epstein re hire make sense? While there has been no linked names to replace Dave Dombrowski as of yet,

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Could the Red Sox be Interested in a Theo Epstein Reunion?

Fair or not, somebody’s job is at stake whenever team collapses in the second half –– Red Sox fans know well and good following the Chicken and Beer-ridden September collapse of 2011.

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The Chicago Cubs’ August Survival Guide

The trade deadline has come and gone. The National League Central remains highly contested. The Cubs bullpen, per some fans, seems to be in disarray. However, with all that being said, the Chicago Cubs are in first place in the division. Wrigley Field has been the friendly confines that it advertises to be… for the Cubs. The road hasn’t. Just a few days into August, here are three things the Cubs should do to stay in the race for the division title. Cubs fans, here’s your survival guide to the month of August. And no, watching the Bears isn’t on this list. Sorry, coach Ditka.

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Keeping up With Kevin Youkilis 

Kevin Youkilis was a staple on the Boston Red Sox from 2004 to 2012. The versatile, third baseman turned first baseman, who could hold down any of the corner outfield positions, won two World Series titles with the team made

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