Lou Piniella

Lou Piniella On Joe Maddon: 'He'll Bring Back A Winner To Chicago'"Joe will find out that this is a little tougher job than the Tampa Bay job," Piniella says.
Baffoe: Temper Expectations Regarding The Joe Maddon FrenzyMaddon's a really good manager, but big names haven't panned out for the Cubs in years past.
Report: Sandberg Still Interested In Cubs' JobRight now, there is no managerial opening with the Cubs. But if there were, Ryne Sandberg would be reportedly open to interviewing for the job.
Wisch: What The Cubs Should Have Done With QuadeWell, the All-Star Game is done. And, in case you stopped paying attention around Mother's Day...or Tax Day, the Chicago Cubs are, too.
Piniella: 'It's Going To Happen In Chicago'The Cubs' World Series drought is at 103 years, that fact is pretty well known. But few people know what's like to actually try and break that drought, and the pressure that comes with it, like former manager Lou Piniella.
Bernstein: I Really Like Mike Quade (I Hope He Can Manage)I’m rooting like hell for Mike Quade to succeed in his new, unlikely job as Cubs’ manager. (I have no idea if he’s going to be any good at it).
Marshall: "Quade Is One Of Us"When the Cubs' Lou Piniella stepped down as manager and Mike Quade took over, there was an apparent difference in the team. The Cubs began to win. Now that a new season is about to begin to give Mike Quade a fresh start, they hope things continue to improve.
Baker Recalls Ugly End To Cubs TenureDusty Baker spent four seasons as the manager of the Chicago Cubs. In those four years he went from being honored with the slogan "In Dusty We Trusty," to an ugly present left for him in the dugout.
Little Guaranteed For Cubs' Big Contract PlayersUnder performing players with big contracts can give a manager headaches. The front office doesn't want to pay them sit on the bench, but there are often players with smaller contacts outperforming them.
Thompson: Quade Could Be Chicago's Next ThibodeauWhile pitchers and catchers start practicing in sunny Arizona and Wrigley Field starts thawing out from the blizzard, hope springs eternal for Cubs fans.
Bernstein: Finally, The Cubs' Manager Is NormalIt should not be a luxury to have an actual person in charge of your baseball team.
Report: Piniella Joins Giants' Front OfficeFormer Cubs skipper Lou Piniella has joined the San Francisco Giants’ front office, according to published reports.