Chicago Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein holds the Commissioner's Trophy while his son, Jack, right, and Chicago Cubs vice president of baseball operations and general manager Jed Hoyer, left, look on during a parade outside Wrigley Field honoring the World Series champions.
Chicago Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein holds the Commissioner's Trophy while his son, Jack, right, and Chicago Cubs vice president of baseball operations and general manager Jed Hoyer, left, look on during a parade outside Wrigley Field honoring the World Series champions. Paul Beaty AP
Chicago Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein holds the Commissioner's Trophy while his son, Jack, right, and Chicago Cubs vice president of baseball operations and general manager Jed Hoyer, left, look on during a parade outside Wrigley Field honoring the World Series champions. Paul Beaty AP

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