Jed Hoyer has heard the comparisons, and he gets it. After seeing what the Cubs did in the second half of the 2022 season, posting a 39-31 record in the second half, there’s growing optimism that this team is somewhat in a similar position heading into the offseason that it was at the end of 2014. Like that year’s club,…

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Chicago Cubs beat reporter and podcaster for CHGO. I've previously covered MLB for and a bunch of other sports for a bunch of other outlets. Follow me on Twitter @ryan_a_herrera