The big talk around Cubbyland is about adding an established new age guys but my money is on one of their assistants instead. The recent resigning of Oneri Fleita to a four year deal as such a critical role as vice president of player development points to a lesser and younger GM taking the reins. We're going to go more like Ben Cherington (BoSox) than Theo Epstein, more like Rick Hahn (ChiSox) than Kenny Williams. Other assistants that the Cubs are looking at include Kim Ng (former Dodgers asst. GM), J.J. Picollo (KC Royals), Thad Levine (Rangers), and Michael Hill (Marlins). Personally I'm all for Cherington in the GM role with Hahn a close second.