The Baltimore Orioles hired Brandon Hyde to be their new manager Friday, hoping his experience as Cubs bench coach will help the team move forward while in rebuilding mode.
Hyde takes over for Buck Showalter, who was fired after Baltimore finished 47-115 — the worst record in the majors. This will be Hyde's first stint as a major league manager.
The 45-year-old Hyde was selected by general manager Mike Elias, who began an extensive search for Showalter's replacement after being hired last month to replace Dan Duquette.
"I believe that we have found the ideal leader for the next era of Orioles baseball," Elias said of Hyde.
Hyde worked as...