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The Cubs were upset about Stewart’s comments, but would not say what the punishment would be.
I'm sure they'd be happy to release him if Mr. Stewart freed them of his remaining contract obligation.
You let him bat against Rickey Romero.
“We spent the entire morning dealing with an issue that doesn’t help us get better as an organization,” Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer said. “That’s not how we want to spend our time.”
I do wish him the best,” Epstein said of Stewart. “I hope he can turn his career around. I’m rooting for him. But he made a mistake. He apologized for it and we’re taking some disciplinary action.”
Stewart just gave them an out of his contract.
You really think you can void a guy's contract for saying "you might as well release me"?
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