Harper was 3 pounds, 11 ounces and 17 inches long, screaming right away."She's so little," Ross said. You're happy, but you're worried."For a month she was in the neonatal intensive care unit, initially hooked to tubes to help her breathe.Now she's almost 14 months and healthy, "wailing around and driving us crazy," Ross said.
Over the years up until last November, Cubs fans have been watching other teams take the field for the World Series.
Year after year, it became to get more and more frustrating as Chicago was eliminated from playoff contention.
The worst-kept secret in baseball is finally, officially out in the open.
The Red Sox and Cubs issued a joint statement Friday night announcing Theo Epstein has resigned from his post as Boston's general manager to become the Cubs' president of baseball operations.
"She's a hoot." 'Family First'The Cubs were watching out for Ross.
The 15-year veteran was teary as he stood in front of his locker talking about Harper late last week.
When Chicago Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein is inducted, which will surely happen if his team beats the Cleveland Indians in the 2016 World Series, it would be fitting if there was a parallel action to take Yawkey out.
After all, Epstein’s career, which already includes breaking baseball’s Given that Fox’s World Series broadcasts will inevitably refer to the combatants’ long championship droughts approximately once every 3.5 seconds—that’s since 1908 for the Cubs and since 1948 for the Indians—it seems almost cruel to mention them now.
Those negotiations continue even as Epstein leaves his hometown Red Sox.
According to the joint statement, the teams "have reached an agreement regarding a process by which appropriate compensation will be determined for the Red Sox and that issue will be resolved in the near term."The Red Sox aimed high in asking for compensation for Epstein.
But no one in baseball history has slayed the dragons that Theo Epstein has slayed.