According a report from the Boston Globe, the Chicago Cubs have asked permission from the Boston Red Sox to interview Theo Epstein for the Cubs’ general manager position.
Former Diamondbacks manager and current Cubs TV color analyst Bob Brenly said if the Cubs came to him about managing, he would be interested.
According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, sources indicate the Red Sox will allow general manager Theo Epstein to interview with the Cubs.
Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts doesn’t think the Cubs are too far off from becoming a contender in the National League.
The reports of paranormal activity in the Cubs’ offices began last month. The sightings were frequent, and the stories shared similar, telltale characteristics.
The general managers of the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees are not likely, in either case, to come in to replace Jim Hendry for the Cubs, a published report says.
By making just three (relatively) simple steps this offseason, the Cubs can practically guarantee that the excitement – and the crowds – will return to Wrigley Field in 2012.
Park Ridge officials want the Illinois Department of Transportation to remove the honorary “Jim Hendry Way” sign on Northwest Highway.
It was one year ago when Mike Quade took control of the Cubs as they beat the Washington Nationals en route to a 24-13 record to finish the 2010 season.
Right now, there is no managerial opening with the Cubs. But if there were, Ryne Sandberg would be reportedly open to interviewing for the job.
Like many relationships, there comes a time when you just know that now is time for both of you to go your separate ways. You may still love and respect one another, but you just need to see what else is out there, and get a fresh start.
Some Cubs fans are thrilled with the news that general manager Jim Hendry got the axe, saying the move was long overdue. Others say it’s not right to kick a man when he’s down.
Tyler Colvin’s RBI single in the 10th inning off Octavio Dotel lifted the Chicago Cubs to a 5-4 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday.
Some Cubs fans are thrilled with the news that general manager Jim Hendry got the axe, saying the move was long overdue. Others say it’s not right to kick a man when he’s down. An informal survey Wrigley Field found that the supporters of Friday’s move far outnumbered the detractors.
Tom Ricketts confuses me. I want to believe that he is a smart business man and will grow into a great owner in baseball, but sometimes he makes decisions that raise more questions than provide answers.
Left in the wake of Jim Hendry’s dismissal as Cubs GM is manager Mike Quade, whose future in Chicago was already in doubt.
The Cubs dismissed General Manager Jim Hendry Friday and named Assistant General Manager Randy Bush Interim General Manager.
Go away, Carlos, and take the whole act with you. Pack up all your stomping, snorting, outsized machismo and sell it somewhere else.
When Ricketts and his siblings took over the Cubs, he knew he needed to make significant changes to the baseball business, and he was not shy about telling people close to him about his plans.
By Matt Abbatacola- CHICAGO (CBS) Lately, the Cubs have looked like the team that Tom Ricketts, Jim Hendry, and Mike Quade envisioned when they began the 2011 season. They hit ten home runs in the final three […]