3 years, $9 million. Should be announced later today.
Post says it's likely to be for three years at about $3m per year.
For the Girardi backers, here's a piece by the Bergen Record's Bob Klapisch ripping Girardi for his in-game managing decisions during the ALCS.
Who's going to get the Cubs managing job?
There will be a seismic shift in managerial jobs this offseason. Here's a team-by-team examination.
Via George Castle at SB Nation Chicago; some quotes from Grace, in town Saturday to broadcast the White Sox/Tigers game on Fox.
The Cubs chairman had some interesting things to say regarding the soon-to-be-hired next manager of the team.
Vote in today's BCB poll for your choice for Cubs manager in 2011.
An objective look at the pluses and minuses of some of the men who might be considered to replace Lou Piniella as Cubs manager.
There are a number of names mentioned to succeed Lou, but there's really only one obvious choice.