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CHICAGO — The Chicago Cubs Jerseys China are hiring David Ross to be their new manager, according to multiple sources familiar with the situation. The official announcement is expected to come on Thursday.

Ross, 42, beat out five other candidates to replace Joe Maddon, who was hired by the Angels. Ross played under Maddon in 2015 and 2016, helping the Cubs to a World Series title before becoming a member of the team’s front office and an ESPN baseball analyst.

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“I’ve always looked at Rossy as a coach when he played here,” Bryant said in late September. “Yeah, it was goofy, it was fun, it was energetic, but when he needed to tell you something, he let you hear it. From the very get-go, I felt like this guy will be a manager someday.”

“I think it’s one of the best jobs in baseball,” Ross said recently. “I’ve got a lot of close ties with those guys. … I think my heart is drawn to that dugout a little bit.”

Other candidates — including Cubs first-base coach Will Venable, bench coach Mark Loretta, former Phillies manager Gabe Kapler, former Yankees manager Joe Girardi and Astros bench coach Joe Espada — have been informed of the decision. Espada was called in for a second interview on Sunday, which included a mock news conference, according to a source. Ross did the same on Monday, and he performed as expected: extremely well, the source said.

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HOUSTON — Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said he is “really concerned” about events that led MLB to investigate the behavior of a Houston Astros employee.

According to allegations in a report published by Sports Illustrated, during the celebration in the Astros clubhouse after the team’s victory over the New York Yankees in Game 6 of the American League Championship Series on Saturday, assistant general manager Brandon Taubman turned to a group of female reporters — including one wearing a purple domestic violence awareness bracelet — and New York Yankees Jerseys China repeatedly yelled, “Thank God we got [Roberto] Osuna! I’m so f—ing glad we got Osuna!”

Last season, Osuna, 24, served a 75-game suspension for violating MLB’s domestic violence policy. In a statement released by MLB on Tuesday, the league acknowledged the SI report and said it would investigate the matter. The process is underway in Houston.

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“Look, I just don’t know because I haven’t even had an interim report from the investigators,” Manfred told reporters after a photo session for the Hank Aaron Award ceremony. “They are actually at it today. In general, it is my view that you want to be as thorough as possible. You want to get all the facts, understanding the whole situation. Once you get there, you want to get it behind you.

“I’m really concerned at this point about the underlying substance of the situation and what the atmosphere was and how it came to be. That’s my focus right now.”

The Astros initially called the report “misleading and completely irresponsible.” Taubman has since apologized for his language but said his comments were misinterpreted. Astros manager AJ Hinch told reporters Tuesday that the incident was “unfortunate” and “uncalled for.”

“We pride ourselves on providing an inclusive, harassment-free environment in all of the various aspects of our business,” Manfred said. “I think it’s a core value for baseball. I think we have to be tremendously concerned whenever we have an incident that has this much attention.”

Regarding possible consequences from the conclusions reached by the league’s investigation, Manfred said MLB would work with the Astros to determine the appropriate course of action.

“There will be a conversation with the club at the end of the investigation,” Manfred said. “We’ll make a decision with the club as to who should handle it. At the end of the day, he is an Astros employee.”