Theo Epstein knew upon arriving to the Cubs that some changes were going to be made in order to build a winner. He's now in the process of implementing those changes.
Epstein, whose Cubs have been awful this season, understood that this season might not go well, but he is still impressed with the fight that his team has shown, and he thinks that Chicago has a bright future.
The former Red Sox GM said that the Cubs will have to "scratch and claw" to bring young, championship talent to Chicago, but he's confident that they can get it done.
Epstein caught up with NESN's Peter Gammons before Friday's series opener at Wrigley Field to discuss a number of issues, including the conversations that the Chicago front office have on a daiy basis.
Check out the video above to hear more from Gammons' interview with Epstein.