Cubs fans swallowed a bitter pill that they haven’t coughed up in the decade since.
The Cubs’ brass headed out West on Monday to interview Padres bench coach Rick Renteria for their manager position.
The Chicago Cubs have announced they will not be raising prices for season ticket holders next season after losing 96 games in 2013.
With Girardi’s unsurprising snub in mind, my concern is that by firing Dale Sveum a year before his contract ended, Theo Epstein & Co. have really stepped in it.
As for Sammy, the door back to to Wrigley can remain dark. And he can build his own statue somewhere else.
To his credit, Theo Epstein has never claimed to be the smartest guy in the room, let alone in baseball.
It looks like the Cubs’ managerial search will continue without Joe Girardi.
The Cubs have reportedly signed outfielder Ryan Sweeney to a two-year, $3.25 million deal.
Former Indians manager Manny Acta reportedly interviewed for the Cubs managerial position Monday.
New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi “wants to formally explore the Cubs’ opening after weeks of back-channel feelers,” according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
Though the Major League product may be dreadful, the Cubs certainly have something going in the Minors.
In order to last 29 years in the booth like Hawk has, you have to be doing something right.
Dusty Baker is out as manager of the Cincinnati Reds, three days after his team lost the National League wild-card game to Pittsburgh.
Find the right guy, even if if he’s not the known guy.
Former Cubs manager Dale Sveum wasn’t out of work for long.
Turns out the Chicago Cubs weren’t exactly telling the truth the other day when a spokesman told Newsradio that discarded Ron Santo memorabilia had been rescued by the Cubs.
The Yankees “aren’t willing” to grant the Cubs permission to speak with Girardi while the sides try to negotiate a new deal.
Asking Girardi to manage the Cubs now is like asking Warren Buffett to manage a Waffle House.
The Joe Girardi-to-the-Cubs dream could soon become more than just a dream.
The Yankees want Joe Girardi to return as manager next season.