by Nicholas D. Blazek
When Mike Brumley was let go, Bill Mueller followed him out the door shortly after. The carousel of the hitting coach was going to spin at least one more time this winter. But the Cubs believe they may have the man to shut that ride down
by Mark Gonzales
Since taking over as the Cubs’ hitting coach three months ago, John Mallee has gathered data from the analytics department, watched videotape of his new pupils and traveled to Puerto Rico, Arizona and New York to familiarize himself with selected players.
By Carrie Muskat / MLB.com | @CarrieMuskat
CHICAGO — John Mallee became a hitting coach because he couldn’t hit and now finds himself teaching big league ballplayers in his hometown with the Cubs.