Reassessing Chicago Cubs’ Offseason Plan and What’s Next

December 17, 2013 by  

Even though the results aren't showing up at Wrigley Field, the Chicago Cubs are heading in the right direction. It's hard to see when a team is coming off a last-place finish in the National League Central and 96 losses in 2013, but there is a plan in place that will start to bear fruit soon. 

General manager Jed Hoyer and president of baseball operations Theo Epstein, both entering their third season guiding the Cubs' front office in 2014, took over a disastrous situation with expensive contracts for aging players and no depth or star power in the farm system. 

The duo, who also played such an integral role in building Bleacher Report - Chicago Cubs
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