MESA, Ariz. – As Theo Epstein said last year, sometimes a winter can stretch so long that you “forget what you do for a living” and “feel like an accountant or something.”
It’s hard to imagine Dale Sveum writing a tell-all book that winds up on The New York Times best-seller list.
Cubs executives Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer will be evaluating talent instead of going into full acquisition mode.
Oneri Fleita – the player-development executive who helped the Cubs build a pipeline in the Dominican Republic – has signed on as a consultant with the Cincinnati Reds.
While the rest of the city is anxiously awaiting Derrick Rose's return to the hardwood, one new Chicagoan is just focusing on his own comeback.