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Mike Quade

Mike Quade
Mike Quade is the manager of the Chicago Cubs. He took over on an interim basis during the 2010 season and was named manager after the season was over.
Mike Quade is the manager of the Chicago Cubs. He took over on an interim basis during the 2010 season and was named manager after the season was over. « Show less

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  • From Cubs to Red Sox, a dream trip for Ryan Dempster

    From Cubs to Red Sox, a dream trip for Ryan Dempster
    BOSTON — Ryan Dempster spent nine seasons riding the Chicago Cubs' roller coaster, experiencing just about everything one could imagine in a baseball life.
  • Oakland Athletics, Atlanta Braves clinch division titles

    Oakland Athletics, Atlanta Braves clinch division titles
    Coco Crisp hit a three-run home run, Daric Barton and Jed Lowrie each had a solo shot and the Oakland Athletics wrapped up their second American League West title in a row even before overpowering the Minnesota Twins, 11-7, Sunday. The A's clinched...

    Chicago Cubs hire Dale Sveum as new manager

     
    The Chicago Cubs hired Dale Sveum as their manager Thursday. Sveum replaces Mike Quade, who was fired by Theo Epstein, the team's new president of baseball operations. The Cubs finished 71-91 after a disappointing season that extended their infamous...

    Where and when will Terry Francona manage next? [Updated]

     
    Writers from around the Tribune Co. discuss the future of Terry Francona, who stepped down last week after eight seasons and two World Series titles as manager of the Boston Red Sox.

    Question of the Day: Which MLB managers are not likely to survive the season? [Updated]

     
    Writers from around the Tribune Co. discuss Major League Baseball managers. Check back throughout the day for more responses and weigh in with a comment of your own. Phil Rogers, Chicago Tribune Down goes (Bob) Geren! Who will follow him...