“He could’ve had a chance for greatness,” a Boers and Bernstein Show caller says of Rick Renteria.
Excitement! Subplots! Stars! A rivalry spiced up! This is fun.
Any improvement within league rules shouldn’t warrant criticism.
“I feel badly about it,” Joe Maddon says.
There’s a cold-blooded plan in place.
A baseball lifer, Rick Renteria did his job in his lone season in Chicago.
Baseball is a cutthroat business, as Friday afternoon showed.
Rick Renteria was “fired,” as the Cubs said in their press release.
Theo Epstein says he must be loyal to the organization over any one individual.
The Cubs and free agent manager Maddon are reportedly continuing talks.
Maddon’s a really good manager, but big names haven’t panned out for the Cubs in years past.
Renteria is trying his best to tune out the Joe Maddon-to-Chicago talk.
Joe Maddon is a free agent after deciding to leave the Rays.
The record didn’t indicate it entirely, but the Cubs believe the saw plenty of growth.
Welington Castillo believes he put too much pressure on himself this year.
A similar sign is posted in many different clubhouses in baseball — “Wanted: a player who can get on base and steal.”
Manager Rick Renteria believes some pitching depth would work wonders in the future.
“It is mostly about him staying in himself and staying more focused in his zone,” Rick Renteria says of Javier Baez.
Starlin Castro has a high left ankle sprain that will keep him out for September.
Starlin Castro is hitting .292 this season.