The Chicago Cubs clinched the NL Central crown last night, after the San Francisco Giants defeated the St. Louis Cardinals (the loss moved the Cardinals 17 games behind the Cubs). So, the Cubs’ game against the Milwaukee Brewers today is a celebration day. Win or lose, the Cubs will celebrate the division title after the game. They threw a Spring Training-level lineup out there for the game and are having fun.

Well, the Cubs’ front office is also celebrating the day, as they should. President Theo Epstein and general manager Jed Hoyer were the ones that rebuilt this organization — especially the farm system — and turned it into a juggernaut set for sustained success.

How is the front office celebrating? By sitting like any other Cubs fans in the Wrigley Field bleachers.

And… Theo is sitting out there in a disguise that would make Bobby Valentine proud:

Absolutely awesome. And being in disguise is certainly nothing new to Theo, as he left Fenway Park in a gorilla suit after leaving the Red Sox.


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