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Cubs And Theo Make It Official

Cubs and Red Sox make Theo move official.

The Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox issued the following joint statement on Friday:

The Boston Red Sox and the Chicago Cubs jointly announce this evening that, effective immediately, Theo Epstein has resigned from the Red Sox in order to become the new President of Baseball Operations for the Cubs. The Clubs also 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.

Both the Red Sox and the Cubs intend to hold press events on Tuesday, October 25 during which the Cubs intend to announce Mr. Epstein, and the Red Sox intend to announce his successor as General Manager.

Out of respect for the World Series, both clubs have agreed to forego further comment until Tuesday, the next scheduled non-game day. Further information on each club’s media availability for Tuesday will be distributed on Monday

So the soap opera appears to finally be over between the Cubs and Red Sox. Stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago for updates next week on compensation and Theo's plans for the Cubs.