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It might sound like I’m dealing in metaphysical things here. Probably because I am.
#1: Just when you start thinking, "Well at least Phil Rogers is gone," you realize, "But Morrissey's still around."
Epstein now will go after whoever is Plan B. Make no mistake about it: Girardi was and should have been his first choice.
And if I seem a little strange, well, that's because I am.
I just saw the question suit guy heading into the National Geographic Museum on my way home today. He had no assistants with him as far as I could see.
MLB seems to ignore a lot of tampering, but it's not too late to make an example of Epstein.
The Cubs have a leaking problem (or maybe addiction) when it comes to all types of moves or acquisitions, so it's always unclear how much tampering is actually happening versus how much it's just gossipping/using the media as a back channel.
Theo aimed high, but forces conspired to keep Girardi away
More to the point, it's unclear to what extent the Cubs' brass really wanted Girardi, and how much of it was invented by the Chicago press because they really wanted to see Girardi come to town.
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