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Jeff Greenberg brings the system he learned with Theo Epstein's Cubs to the Blackhawks as he tries to ‘close that gap' with baseball

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Even Jeff Greenberg knows this feels crazy, right?
Here's a former Chicago Cubs assistant general manager, who worked in baseball for 16 years, making the leap to professional hockey - and not just switching from another sport but occupying one of the Chicago Blackhawks' top three front-office positions as an associate general manager.
“Sure,” Greenberg said Monday, his expression suggesting it's not the first time he has heard the skepticism. “ the hardest part of the decision was leaving the Cubs.”
Greenberg was a member of former Cubs President Theo Epstein's group that built the 2016...
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Jeff Greenberg brings the system he learned with Theo Epstein's Cubs to the Blackhawks as he tries to ‘close that gap' with baseball

1 month ago   |   By Chicago Tribune

Hockey may have been nonexistent on Chicago Blackhawks associate GM Jeff Greenberg's resume, but the former Cubs executive insists the sport is his "true love."
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