Tag: joe maddon

Hiring David Ross Contradicts Everything Theo has Preached this Offseason

Theo Epstein stated in his postseason presser a month ago that he fell into a ‘winner’s trap’ the last 3 seasons by looking back at what worked in 2016. He did it yet again with hiring David Ross.

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According to Jesse Rogers, the Cubs Managerial Search may be Over

ESPN’s Jesse Rogers took to the air on ESPN 1000 Chicago’s Waddle and Silvy show this afternoon to provide the latest update on the Cubs manager situation.

Theo Epstein’s Legacy in Chicago Will be Dictated by the Success of His Decisions this Offseason

Even with all the prior success Theo Epstein has had running the Cubs, this offseason’s decisions and how effective they are will permanently shape how he is remembered in Chicago.

Cubs to Interview Astros Bench Coach Joe Espada

Joe Espada is likely the best fit to manage the 2020 Chicago Cubs.

Assessing the Manager Candidates for the 2020 Chicago Cubs

Although David Ross is creating the most buzz to be the next Cubs manager, he may not be the best option.

Here’s Who Theo and Jed Should Target in Free Agency this Offseason

With a significant amount of money coming off the books and a strong class of free agents, there’s multiple routes the Cubs can go to address their weaknesses.

Theo’s Press Conference: Immediate Takeaways

Theo Epstein sat in front of the Chicago media on Monday and discussed everything from the season to expectations for the offseason and the managerial search during his end-of-season press conference.

It’s Been a Fun Ride, but it’s Time for the Cubs to Part Ways with Joe Maddon

In an offseason where the Cubs will experience many changes, a new manager should be step one.

Once Upon a Yesterday: Cubs vs. Cardinals

We are deep in the homestretch of the 2019 MLB season. Today kicks off the penultimate series against between our Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals. You know what that means, OUY time! The Cubs are doing everything thing they can to catch the Cards at the top of the NL Central standings to avoid the Wild Card game. We don’t have to go back too far in history to find very similar circumstances.