Longtime Member of Cubs Organization Officially Retires
The Chicago Cubs are gearing up for the marathon that is the MLB regular season, but they'll be without one key member of the organization. On Monday, a longtime member of Chicago's organizational staff announced his retirement from the game.
Cubs insider Jordan Bastian reported Tuesday that head team physician and medical director Stephen Adams, M.D. will call it quits.
It's pretty remarkable to think Adams has worked with the organization since the 1980s, with nearly 40 years of service. He's not ready to completely hang things up, though.
Adams will continue to work as a special advisor to President of Baseball Operations Jed Hoyer and GM Carter Hawkins.
Heading into the season, the Cubs hold +8000 odds to win the 2023 World Series on FanDuel Sportsbook.
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