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Cubs General Manager Theo Epstein Literally Stalked Random People While he was Red Sox GM

Chicago Cubs general manager Theo Epstein made history in 2004, when at the age of 30, he helped guide the Boston Red Sox to their first title in 86 years. Two years earlier, shortly after Epstein got the coveted job, the self-described introvert didn’t know how to handle it. So what did he do? He […]
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