Epstein Is Worth the Wait for Cubs


When debating what constitutes fair compensation for a man billed as the city's next baseball messiah, let logic guide you. Theo Epstein is more likely to go to the Baseball Hall of Fame than any Cubs player in the entire organization.

That means any Cubs name but perhaps Starlin Castro belongs in the ongoing conversation with the Red Sox as the teams keep haggling over ways to make Epstein available to bring his baseball brilliance to Chicago.

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