League of extraordinary managers

Originally Published: October 20, 2010
By Jim Caple | Page 2

The Cubs blew it. Mike Quade may be a fine manager but as the past 102 years have proved, managing the Cubs is beyond any single man. If managers such as Lou Piniella, Dusty Baker and Leo Durocher couldn't get the Cubs to the World Series, what hope does one mere mortal have?

Rather than hiring Quade, the Cubs needed several extraordinary leaders to get them their first world championship in more than a century. They needed to revamp the old College of Coaches. This strategy ...

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