Theo Epstein named one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World

by - Senior Editor -
Kyle Terada - USA Today Sports

Cubs President Theo Epstein has brought World Series titles to the Boston Red Sox' faithful and to the Chicago Cubs' diehard fan base after 108 years of waiting last season.

Recently, Epstein was named shockingly as the World's Greatest Leader according to Fortune Magazine and now he has been given another award as one of the 100 most influential people in the world according to Time Magazine.

"Theo may be a creature of destiny, but he recognizes that he's also just another flawed human being, no better than anyone else," said. "It's an artful thing to thread that needle and wear it as a matter of common sense. He's more Old World than old school. Words and deeds need to match. Trust is earned. He apologizes to no one for caring."

Epstein is not satisfied with one World Series title for the Cubs as he is trying for several in the next few years.

Thanks for visiting Follow our Facebook page to get updates on your news feed!
Send Feedback to Tony Crumpton: Email | Comment
Post your comments!

WATCH: Rizzo on venting in clubhouse during games

WATCH: Baez on effects of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

Cubs lineup vs. Brewers, Contreras out

WATCH: Fan yells "It's over" right before Baez heroics

WATCH: Arrieta on his return to the mound

Bryant on win: "Showing us what we're made of"

Maddon: "Our bullpen came through"

Bryant's homer lifts Cubs over Brewers in extras

WATCH: Bryant hits monster HR in 10th inning vs. Brewers
Sign Up for E-Mail News Alerts
Daily Digest