Cubs Hire Former Catcher David Ross As New Manager; Ink 3-Year DealRoss, 42, replaces World Series-winning manager Joe Maddon, whose contract was not renewed after the Cubs missed the postseason this year.
Joe Maddon Signs Three-Year Deal As Manager For The AngelsFormer Cubs manager Joe Maddon agreed to a 3-year deal with the Angels.
Joe Maddon Reportedly Interviews With Los Angeles AngelsFormer Cubs Manager Joe Maddon reportedly interviewed with the Los Angeles Angels on Monday, and could be announced as that team’s manager in a day or two.
Theo Epstein: 'Opportunity For Change' As Cubs Move On After Joe MaddonCubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein said the organization will be making changes in the interest of developing the next world championship Cubs team.
Fans Bid Farewell To Joe Maddon As He Parts Ways With CubsMeanwhile, Wrigley Field looked empty all day Sunday. Perhaps that was fitting for those feeling empty knowing manager Joe Maddon would soon be a Cub no more.
Joe Maddon, Cubs Part Ways After 5 YearsJoe Maddon and the Chicago Cubs will be parting ways after five years, Theo Epstein announced in St. Louis.
Cubs Go Out With Whimper Against St. Louis After Maddon's Departure Is AnnouncedThe Cubs were shut out Sunday on Joe Maddon's day as their manager. It was announced before the game that he won't return next year.
With Another Loss To Cardinals, Cubs' Postseason Chances Have Been Dealt Major BlowThe Cubs' postseason chances took a major hit today after losing to the St. Louis Cardinals.
Cubs' Anthony Rizzo Expected To Be Out At Least 5 To 7 Days After Ankle SprainCubs slugger and first baseman Anthony Rizzo is expected to be out for at least five to seven days after spraining his ankle while playing the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday.
Joe Maddon Hosts Charity Event To Celebrate 50th Anniversary Of The Family Institute At Northwestern UniversityBefore the Cubs entertained the first-place St. Louis Cardinals over the weekend, Manager Joe Maddon spent his evening at the “Steak 48” restaurant Thursday night.
Chicago Cubs Manager Joe Maddon Working Ahead With LineupsMaddon is doing his lineups three days at a time, giving his players an advance look at what to expect for the upcoming series. It is a marked departure from the days of managers posting the starting nine in the clubhouse before the game, or even the modern practice of nightly text messages.
Cubs Home Opener: Players Aim To Leave Losing Streak On The RoadThe Cubs are hoping for a fresh start this afternoon, as they welcome the Pittsburgh Pirates, hoping to get on a winning streak, after a seriously disappointing 2-7 road trip to start the season.
Minor Opening for Rangers Against Cubs And Former Texas AcesJoe Maddon starts his fifth season with the Cubs. The 65-year-old manager enters the final year of his contract after four consecutive playoff appearances and the 2016 World Series title.
Maddon, Cubs Looking To Rebound From Disappointing FinishMaddon took a more hands-on approach during spring training after the Cubs blew a five-game lead in the NL Central last September and were eliminated by Colorado in the NL wild card game.
Strop Joins Morrow On Sidelines As Maddon Ponders CloserThe Cubs said Strop is able to play catch but will not participate in game-related drills during the next week.