Monthly Archives: October 2014

New hitting coach John Mallee could be the perfect fit

BY JUAN PABLO ARAVENA Posted October 13th 2014

The Chicago Cubs have a new hitting coach in town.

Shortly after Bill Mueller resigned as the Chicago Cubs’ hitting coach following his first year with the organization, the North Siders replaced him with John Mallee, a guy who has all sorts of connections with the city of Chicago. And when looking at things from a statistical point of view, he appears to be a perfect fit for what the Cubs are trying to build on their Major League roster.

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John Mallee named new hitting coach

By John Burbridge Posted October 11, 2014

John Mallee was there when it happened, when a National League pennant was decided at Wrigley Field.

“They gave us tickets to the game,” said Mallee, who watched the Florida Marlins come back from a 3-1 deficit to advance to the 2003 World Series — which they ended up winning — while adding yet another disturbing chapter in the Cubs’ legacy.

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