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Theo Epstein has stepped down as Cubs’ president of baseball operations

by Brad Camara | Tue, Nov 17th 12:10pm EST

Theo Epstein has resigned as the Cubs president of baseball operations. (Jeff Passan on Twitter)

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Epstein stepped down as president of baseball operations Tuesday, the move is effective November 20th. Jed Hoyer was named as Epstein’s successor. Theo reportedly intends to take the 2021 season off and is not resigning to pursue a position with the Phillies/Mets. Epstein will leave the Cubs after nine seasons, but helped the Cubs win a World Series Championship in 2016. “Next summer will be my first in 30 years not clocking into work everyday at a major league ballpark,” said Epstein. “I do plan on having a third chapter leading a baseball organization someday, though I do not expect it to be next year.”

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