Now the Royals hitting coach, Sveum managed the Cubs in 2012 and 2013 before being fired.
A baseball lifer, Rick Renteria did his job in his lone season in Chicago.
“It’s never easy,” Darwin Barney says of his exit from Chicago.
Now the hitting coach of the Kansas City Royals, Dale Sveum has moved on in his career, currently trying to help his light hitting crew to be more productive.
“I don’t want no day,” Zimmer once said. “I want friends, to live my life the way I wanna live it.”
Starlin Castro is hitting .308 with a team-high 14 RBIs this season after a tough 2013 campaign.
Cubs manager Rick Renteria knew run production would be an issue in 2014. Plenty of good starting pitching has been wasted in the team’s 4-10 start to the season.
Former Cub manager Dale Sveum was complementary in his conversation about Starlin Castro on Sunday in Mesa.
All we know is Rick Renteria is an optimist — which may be all the Cubs need.
By Bruce Levine- (CBS) MESA, Ariz. — Starlin Castro must return to All-Star form in order for the Cubs to move in the direction of becoming the organization they hope to become. The two-time All-Star has […]
Many believe/hope the Cubs compete for a playoff spot in 2015. With that actually being pretty unrealistic it’s the wrong time not to shop a soon to be 29 year old starting pitcher.
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.
In order to last 29 years in the booth like Hawk has, you have to be doing something right.
Former Cubs manager Dale Sveum wasn’t out of work for long.
I’d argue that the bigger problem with the Cubs – and the regressions of the 23-year-old Castro and 24-year-old Rizzo, as well as the 27-year-old Darwin Barney – was the lack of any consistent veteran on-field leadership or reliable stability with the Cubs big league roster
Tuesday morning on The Mully and Hanley Show, an interesting candidate threw his name in the ring.
We first brought you this photo hours after Dale Sveum was hired as Cubs manager back in November of 2011.
And just like that, the Dale Sveum era in Chicago is over.
According to a report from 670 The Score contributor Ken Rosenthal, the Cubs have fired manager Dale Sveum.
When Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer took over the Cubs’ baseball operations, one of their first moves was to dismiss then-manager Mike Quade.