The most incredible baseball story isn't about a player

Name your price, Theo It's Theo Epstein, who, as a very young man, turned the Boston Red Sox around after 100 years of futility and made them not only winners but recurring champions, and then, after arriving there in 2012, ended the Cub's misery, something no one else had been able to do in 109 years.

Epstein is still only 43. I don't know where he'd like to go from here, though Cleveland seems the logical place, but wherever he goes he should demand a salary higher than the highest-paid player on the team; some desperate owner will pay it, with justification.