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Chicago Cubs Brainstorm May Have Been Reason for Dale Sveum’s Firing
October 1, 2013

by Kent Sterling Meetings happen all the time at businesses to uncover the solutions to problems.  Rooms are filled with people of all stations at a company.  The problem owner (the boss who convened the meeting for the purpose of finding a creative solution to his most troublesome worry) identifies the issue to be discussed, […]

Chicago Cubs Fire Dale Sveum, for All the Wrong Reasons
September 30, 2013

by Kent Sterling Every major league baseball manager knows that he will be fired before he agrees to take the job, and with the Chicago Cubs, they know that the chances of lasting five full seasons are almost nil. Click here to follow Kent on Twitter Only one manager in the last half century has […]

Chicago Cubs – Gutless Front Office Likely to Fire Dale Sveum
September 20, 2013

by Kent Sterling “Headed in the Right Direction” is how Chicago media and fans continue to describe the baseball franchise responsible for provide more misery for fans than any other in baseball history.  If the group currently running the USS Cubbies is circles is to be credited for anything, it’s assembling a roster so putrid […]

Cubs Should Give Dale Sveum an Extenision, Not a Pink Slip
July 17, 2013

by Kent Sterling Rick Telander wrote in the Chicago Sun-Times that Chicago Cubs manager Dale Sveum has no chance to continue in that position following the expiration of his contract after the 2014 season, and he’s probably right.  That’s a shame. Click here to follow Kent on Twitter Sveum hasn’t won, but if John McGraw, […]