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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

Top Mike Quade Articles

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  • Balls and strikes from Cubs and Sox

    Balls and strikes from Cubs and Sox
    What we learned from City Series, Part One: A.J. Pierzynski is good on triples until 2013. Pierzynski is good on (bleeping) off teammates until then, too. Starlin Castro is money. Mark Buehrle remains an Interleague Hall-of-Famer. Brent Morel knows...
  • Paul Sullivan's Cubs mailbag

    Paul Sullivan's Cubs mailbag
    I can't agree with your implication, or flat out statements, derogatory of Cubs manager Quade. He's probably what this team deserves. He stays positive and uses the limited talent he has to work with. I can't imagine Lou Piniella keeping his cool and...
  • The truth about Sox honesty and Cub delusions

    The truth about Sox honesty and Cub delusions
    The White Sox are five games out of first place in the AL Central and just lost five of seven at home against divisional opponents. Paul Konerko says his Sox don’t look like a division-winning team right now. Rank honesty about a team playing pretty...
  • Cubs use same lineup behind Dempster

    Cubs use same lineup behind Dempster
    After switching his lineup almost on a daily basis in the first half, Cubs manager Mike Quade goes with the same lineup Friday that produced a 2-0 lead into the ninth inning against the Marlins the night before. Kosuke Fukudome leads off, with All-Star...
  • Marmol and Quade: We have to figure this out

    Marmol and Quade: We have to figure this out
    Cubs manager Mike Quade said that while Carlos Marmol remains the closer, “we’ve got to get the guy fixed and back to who he is.” Marmol said Friday, one day after blowing his seventh save that “we have to figure it out” and...
  • Cubs send Carpenter to minors, activate Zambrano

    Cubs send Carpenter to minors, activate Zambrano
    The Cubs optioned pitcher Chris Carpenter to AAA Iowa on Saturday, using his spot to activate Carlos Zambrano from the disabled list. Carpenter appeared in 10 games as a reliever and posted a 2.79 ERA while striking out eight in 9 2/3 innings. His...
  • Marmol's return date is 'open-ended'

    Marmol's return date is 'open-ended'
    Cubs manager Mike Quade said the “timetable is open-ended” for the return of closer Carlos Marmol, who threw a short session in the bullpen before Saturday’s game. Marmol is spending time working on mechanics with pitching coach Mark...
  • Cubs, Astros rained out of batting practice

    Cubs, Astros rained out of batting practice
    The tarp went on the Wrigley Field infield before the Cubs and Astros had a chance to take batting practice Friday morning. When the game does start, Cubs manager Mike Quade willl go with what has become his "everyday" lineup against right-handers with...
  • Quade stresses need for better Barney-Castro communication

    Quade stresses need for better Barney-Castro communication
    Cubs’ manager Mike Quade didn’t back off his postgame comments from Wednesday, stressing that shortstop Starlin Castro and second baseman Darwin Barney need to communicate better. “I’ll bet these two have it worked out next time...
  • Cubs finally set rotation for Brewers series

    Cubs finally set rotation for Brewers series
    Ryan Dempster, Carlos Zambrano and Randy Wells will pitch the three games in Milwaukee starting Tuesday. The rotation was set Sunday by manager Mike Quade, who previously had been undecided because of Monday's off-day. That means Matt Garza, who...
  • Quade wakes up, now who's next? Hello, Tom Ricketts

    Mike Quade came to the conclusion that the Cubs are no longer contending. Quite the epiphany when you’ve hovering around 20 games under .500 for months, huh? Quade claimed the Cubs were in position to get back in the race if they had a good run...