DALLAS — Theo Epstein left the Red Sox for the Cubs on Oct. 22. Seven weeks later the sides have not agreed on compensation and seem disinterested in settling the issue.
“We’ll resolve it at some point,” Ben Cherington said, joking that there was a loose plan to talk again at some point.
Epstein, who is splitting time between Boston and Chicago, said he has used the offices at Fenway Park to conduct business while he’s in town. It was either that or Panera Bread.
Meanwhile, Theo made news in Chicago when he picked up a house near Wrigley Field.