Chicago Cubs president Theo Epstein, the executive who broke curses and brought World Series trophies to Chicago and Boston, is stepping down from his position effective Nov. 20. The club announced the surprising news Tuesday, which was immediately followed by questions about Epstein's next moves. Jed Hoyer, Epstein's right-hand man, will take over in Chicago. He was with Epstein in Boston, where they won a World Series. Hoyer was then co-general manager of the Red Sox when Epstein left, GM of the Padres afterward and then joined Epstein in Chicago as the Cubs' GM.
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