New Los Angeles Angels skipper Joe Maddon recently expressed a desire to beat the Chicago Cubs in the World Series, and his former boss, Theo Epstein, had some fun on Monday with the comment.
With Joe Maddon’s reign in Wrigleyville over after his dismissal Sunday, Chicago Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein indicated this week it’s “full speed ahead” to find his replacement.
Joe Maddon recently expressed optimism that his long-term future with the Chicago Cubs is secure, and despite rumors to the contrary, it does not appear team brass is upset with the skipper going publ
Chicago Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein was quite candid during Wednesday’s end-of-the-season press conference, admitting that he senses some frustration in the clubhouse over
Yu Darvish conducted an encouraging pitching session on Tuesday at Wrigley Field in a simulated game.
Chicago Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein on Friday disputed the accuracy of myriad trade rumors circling around the ball club, making it the second time this week he has done so.
Chicago Cubs president Theo Epstein on Thursday threw cold water on the blazing Manny Machado trade rumors, referring to the rampant speculation as nothing more than a ‘spasm of media frenzy.
Chicago Cubs infielder Tommy La Stella has been engaged in an amusing prank war with the front office during training camp. Evidently, there’s no end in sight to the silliness.
The Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox are bringing together the World Series trophies that represented each long-suffering organization finally overcoming their respective championship curses of 108 ye
The Chicago Cubs have spent the better part of four months awash in the afterglow of ending a century-plus championship drought by outlasting the Cleveland Indians to win the organization’s first W
Curt Schilling doesn’t appear too upset about it, but he nevertheless has tried to set the record straight by insisting he did not use a”Negotiating for Dummies” during contract neg
Theo Epstein says the Chicago Cubs may take up Barack Obama on his White House invitation after all.
Chicago Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein understands how the team’s recent struggles may be the source of concern for fans but believes it’s simply a part of a standard
The Chicago Cubs have stormed out of the gate to an MLB-best 25-6 record, something that has many pundits tabbing them as the prohibitive favorites to win the World Series.
Republican presidential nominee hopeful Donald Trump continued his long-running war of words with the owners of the Chicago Cubs by threatening to start running attack ads to criticize their performa