They call Chicago the Second City. But New York appears to be turning itself into the City of Second Chances. For ex-Cubs, at least.
The Yankees lost out on the Cliff Lee sweepstakes, and according to a report, they now have their eyes on Cubs’ pitcher Carlos Zambrano.
Last week, when pitching coach Larry Rothschild bolted the Chicago Cubs (honestly, finally) for the New York Yankees (honestly, seriously?) after a nine-year stint on Chicago’s North Side, I’m pretty sure that one name was the first to pop into most fans’ minds as a potential replacement.
Larry Rothschild has accepted a three year contract with the New York Yankees to serve as the team’s pitching coach.
The Chicago Cubs have set their coaching staff for the 2011 season, and it comes as a surprise to no one that Ryne Sandberg is not on it.
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CHICAGO (AP) The Chicago Cubs say pitching coach Larry Rothschild has exercised his option for next season. Rothschild just completed his ninth season in Chicago, where he has worked with managers Don Baylor, Bruce Kimm, […]
On Thursday, Kosuke Fukudome’s game-winning single in the bottom of ninth gave the Cubs a 3-2 victory over the A’s and sealed the first series win for the Cubs since May 27th against the Dodgers. […]