5@5: Do You Believe Theo Epstein Or Joe Maddon?

Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein, left, and manager Joe Maddon
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(670 The Score) On its daily 5 at 5 segment Wednesday morning, the Mully & Haugh crew debated a variety of questions.
-- Former Cubs manager Joe Maddon cited "philosophical differences" to a large degree for leaving the organization after the 2019 season. Maddon also indicated he knew by midseason he would be exiting. Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein believes Maddon's version of the story conflicts with what actually took place. Whose perspective do you think rings most true? Can both versions be true?

-- Has Maddon given his final say on his departure from Chicago?

-- Will the Cubs' addition of veteran Jason Kipnis on a minor league deal block 22-year-old Nico Hoerner from extended playing time at second base? Is signing Kipnis a smart move in a season in which the Cubs need to develop young players?

-- What are the biggest questions surrounding the White Sox as pitchers and catchers report to camp?

-- Will new Cubs manager David Ross or White Sox manager Rick Renteria have a bigger impact on his respective team this season? And will the biggest impact come by making in-game decisions or creating a culture?

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