Cubbies Crib: Morning Marquee 11/13

Chicago Cubs ownership maybe in line for an $8.5 million property tax break to renovate Wrigley Field under a measure the City Council is expected to approve Wednesday. The tax break, which would be doled out over 12 years after completion of the work, won the endorsement Tuesday of the Finance Committee after an earlier recommendation by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks.

Chicago Tribune: Cubs in line for $8.5 million tax break for Wrigley Field work

Chicago Sun-Times: Cubs talking with Bill Mueller about hitting coach job

Daily Herald: Who’s ready to work for Renteria, Cubs?

CSN Chicago: Cubs: Samardzija trade rumors will keep popping up

ESPN Chicago: Cubs start looking for radio analyst

Cubs.com: Cubs GM Hoyer happy with depth at third, eyes pitching help

Cubs Den: Baseball America lists Cubs top 10 prospects

CBS Sports: Brewers thinking about a possible return for Corey Hart

NBC Sports: Mark DeRosa is retiring

FOX Sports: MLB confident about expanding replay

ESPN MLB: Terry Francona, Clint Hurdle named Managers of the Year

CBS Sports: Report: Phillies, Blue Jays talking Jose Bautista trade

NBC Sports: Mariners want Cruz & Beltran, not so much Ellsbury

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