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Jim Riggleman

Mike Quade

Riggleman: ‘I Really Have The Greatest Respect For Mike Quade’

For most Cubs fans, Mike Quade was a relatively unknown minor league manager prior to last season. But while he wasn’t well known to most of the public, those within baseball knew his reputation.

670 The Score–07/02/2011

Ozzie Guillen

Riggleman: ‘Ozzie Is Great For The Game’

From his post-game rants to his Twitter messages to, well, pretty much everything he does, Ozzie Guillen is one of the polarizing figures in baseball. But whether you like Ozzie or hate him, he adds something to the game that may be missing.

670 The Score–07/01/2011

Mike Quade

Quade Added to N.L. All-Star Coaching Staff

Giants manager Bruce Bochy announced Tuesday that Cubs manager Mike Quade will replace Jim Riggleman on his National League All-Star coaching staff.

CBS Chicago–06/28/2011

Jim Riggleman. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Riggleman Joins Cubs-Sox TV Coverage

Jim Riggleman will reportedly serve as a television analyst for Comcast SportsNet during this weekend’s Cubs-White Sox series at Wrigley Field.

CBS Chicago–06/27/2011

Edwin Jackson

White Sox Welcome Nationals To U.S. Cellular Field

The Chicago White Sox continue their long stretch against National League opponents with the Washington Nationals. The Nationals have won 11 of their last 12 games, but will face the White Sox without manager Jim Riggleman.

670 The Score–06/24/2011

Jim Riggleman. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Riggleman Resigns As Nationals Manager Before White Sox Series

Jim Riggleman abruptly resigned Thursday as Washington Nationals manager, General Manager Mike Rizzo announced after the Nationals beat the Mariners 1-0.

CBS Chicago–06/23/2011

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs Boston Red Sox - May 2, 2011

Sports World Reacts To Bin Laden Death

Before the top of the fourth inning at Nationals Park, the public address announcer encouraged everyone at the baseball stadium to cheer for the active or retired members of the service who were in the stands Monday.

CBS Chicago–05/02/2011

Mike Quade

Wisch: Is Managing The Cubs The Toughest Job In Sports?

It’s not easy being skipper of the Yankees. It’s no cakewalk coaching the Lakers. And when you assume the reigns of the Dallas Cowboys? Well, you can expect to catch a whole lot of heat in return.