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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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  • Both Bulls & Haley tumble, Ebert interviews Oprah, Kass takes on Schwarzenegger, Cars on autopilot at the Riv and can Viagra make you deaf?

    Here's what happened.  What's happening.  And what's going to happen. Did LeBron give Pat Riley payback with Heat’s 85-75 win over the Bulls? (‘For most of his basketball life, Pat Riley had watched the game’s greatest talent destroy...
  • Campana gets another start for Cubs

    Campana gets another start for Cubs
    Tony Campana will start again in center field Friday as the Cubs began a weekend series against the Pirates at still-chilly Wrigley Field. "He's just fun to watch and he's playing well," manager Mike Quade said. Campana batted seventh with most of the...
  • Campana gets a shot at leadoff spot

    In an effort to ignite the lineup, manager Mike Quade batted Tony Campana in the leadoff spot as the Cubs faced the Pirates Saturday. Campana had appeared in eight games and started his first game Thursday against the Mets, when he went 3-for-4. The...
  • Oh, snap: Zambrano, not Quade, managing just fine, thank you

    Oh, snap: Zambrano, not Quade, managing just fine, thank you
    Mike Quade must hate this. The guy from a Chicago suburb who worked his way up the Cubs’ chain finally gets a shot at his dream job, and his best starter is an idiot. A modified version of The Full Zambrano was on display in the retch-inducing 7-...
  • Sounded like Epstein introduced himself as the new GM (and that's a good thing)

    Sounded like Epstein introduced himself as the new GM (and that's a good thing)
    Drawing conclusions on the first day can be dangerous, but hey, it’s what we do. And so, the conclusion from the introductory news conference for the Cubs’ new general manager and new scouting and player development honcho Tuesday is that...
  • 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...
  • Quade's done, right? Uh, not so fast

    Quade's done, right? Uh, not so fast
    There are times when you can out-think yourself. There are episodes where you try to divine a situation and what you are being told begins to sound crazy and idiotic while also believable. But enough about Tony La Russa. In this case, I mean Mike Quade...
  • The embarrassing thing? The Cubs don't know enough to be embarrassed

    The embarrassing thing? The Cubs don't know enough to be embarrassed
    Carlos Zambrano apologized for telling the truth. Carlos Marmol said everything's fine. Yes. Well. Except for the obvious fact that the Cubs still play like a Triple-A team and still are embarrassing. So Cub. Zambrano went off on the Cubs on Sunday...
  • Which managers won't survive season?

    Rodriguez in bad spot Phil Rogers Chicago Tribune Down goes Bob Geren! Who will follow him out the door? It's possible that there will be no other midseason firings, as an overall period of stability should follow the rash of changes in 2010. But...
  • Taking batting practice before Cubs-Sox

    Taking batting practice before Cubs-Sox
    Some early BP before this week’s oil spill of a City Series: Who goes crazier tonight, Cubs runners on Gavin Floyd or the flash mob in Carlos Zambrano’s head? Web poll! Or maybe the question should be: Who do the Cubs run on more, Gavin...
  • And Peavy makes six

    And Peavy makes six
    Jake Peavy can dominate opposing hitters as well as he can dominate the disabled list. For 90 pitches or so, anyway. Peavy said his start against the Cubs on Wednesday night was a struggle, and not just with catcher A.J. Pierzynski, whatever that was....