Theo Epstein ‘couldn’t give two s****’ about buried White Sox cap at Wrigley Field

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Just when you think Joe Maddon has rid the Cubs of all their curses comes word of a White Sox fan reportedly burying a 2005 World Champion White Sox hat in the freshly poured concrete at Wrigley Field.

In a story about the creative cap caper, FOX 32 got reaction from various Cubs fans and even team prez Theo Epstein.

Here’s what he told Dane Placko:

Cubs President Theo Epstein was more to the point when FOX 32 asked him about the cap controversy as he walked past the park. He told me–quote: ‘I couldn’t give two….’ Well, I can’t say that word but it rhymes with hits.

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