Found November 15, 2011 on
The Cubs and Red Sox have no agreement about who gets to hire a manager first.
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Here are some notes from the GM Meetings as team owners and presidents check in to Milwaukee’s Pfister Hotel in anticipation of the quarterly Owners Meetings:
Blue Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos is strongly considering re-signing free agent second baseman Kelly Johnson. “There’s a lot of scenarios and ways that we could go and bringing Kelly back is certainly one of them,” Anthopoulos...
...and his name is Maddux.
MILWAUKEE -- The Boston pipeline connection was turned on again Monday with the hiring of Shiraz Rehman as the Chicago Cubs' assistant to the general manager.
The Cubs conducted follow-ups with each of their managerial candidates on Wednesday, including a meeting late Tuesday with Dale Sveum, but have yet to trim the field.
Aramis Ramirez won't be back with the Cubs, according to his agent.
Agent Paul Kinzer said on Monday there's no chance Aramis Ramirez will return to the Cubs and that the third baseman was looking for a three- to four-year deal with a new team. Ramirez wants a World Series ring.
The Red Sox are prepared to open up their search for a new manager as the candidate they once seemed to favor, Dale Sveum, neared an agreement with Theo Epstein and the Chicago Cubs .
The Cubs are telling teams they'll listen to trade offers on everyone this winter while trying to rebuild the team to be competitive in the future, tweets Bob Nightengale of USA Today. Danny Knobler of CBS Sports tweeted something very similar around the same time, so perhaps the Cubs are trying to get the word out. ESPN's Buster Olney also joined in, saying Sean Marshall...
Multiple reports out of Milwaukee say Brewers coach new Cubs managerMILWAUKEE — The Cubs appear poised to hire Dale Sveum as their manager, assuming he will have them.
General manager Jed Hoyer said Tuesday that president of baseball operations Theo Epstein has talked to Kerry Wood about the possibility of returning, and Hoyer has talked to the pitcher's agent, Pat Rooney.