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Topic - Lou Piniella
The Seattle Mariners will induct former manager Lou Piniella into the team Hall of Fame on Aug. 9.
Helmet tossing and bat banging have become all the rage, it seems. Yet suspended Toronto infielder Brett Lawrie and injured Washington teen phenom Bryce Harper still have a long way to go before hitting our list of baseball's wildest rants and raves.
Chicago Cubs manager Mike Quade will not return next season.
Three hours before the game Sunday, Manny Acta sat in the visiting manager's office at Oriole Park at Camden Yards and talked about a subject he probably could write a master's thesis on: rebuilding a baseball team.
Joe Torre sat at a microphone wearing pinstripes for the first time in nearly four years, Yankees cap resting precariously high on his head as it had for 12 seasons, and blurted out the answer to a question before it was finished being asked.
A person with knowledge of the negotiations says Lou Piniella is close to finalizing a contract with the San Francisco Giants to work in an advisory role for the World Series champions.
Lou Piniella is staying right in the baseball mix.
Joe Torre's biggest concern about expanding the playoffs is making certain division winners get rewarded for first-place finishes.
From the Bronx to Chavez Ravine, from Lake Michigan north to Toronto, managers across the majors could be on the move this winter.
Mike Quade got his first major league win, and so did Casey Coleman. The post-Piniella Chicago Cubs are off to quite a start.
After all the wins, all the losses and all those arguments, Lou Piniella clearly felt it was time to leave.R
Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella said he's retiring after the Cubs' game against the Atlanta Braves on Sunday so he can spend more time with his family.
Just like a long line of predecessors, Lou Piniella thought he could lead the Chicago Cubs to that elusive championship and end a drought that dates to 1908.
After all those dirt-kicking, base-tossing tantrums, Lou Piniella is going out with more of a whimper.
FILE - In this July 26, 2008 file photo, Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella, left, argues with third base umpire Brian Gorman, right, after first base umpire Rob Drake ejected Piniella during the ninth inning of their baseball game against the Florida Marlins at Wrigley Field in Chicago.
FILE - In this June 2, 2007, file photo, Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella, center, kicks his cap as he argues with third base umpire Mark Wegner, left, and home plate umpire Bruce Froemming watches during the eighth inning of a baseball game against Atlanta Braves in Chicago.