Chicago, IL (SportsNetwork.com) - The Chicago Cubs named former American
League batting champion Bill Mueller hitting coach on Friday.
Mueller won the 2003 batting title as a member of the Boston Red Sox, hitting
.326 with 19 homers and 85 RBI. He spent the last six seasons as a special
assistant in the Dodgers front office. This will be his first full-time
coaching job. The 42-year-old spent the second half of 2007 as the Dodgers
The Chicago Cubs today announced that pitching coach Chris Bosio, bullpen
coach Lester Strode, catching and strategy coach Mike Borzello and staff
assistant Franklin Font will remain on the coaching staff for new manager Rick
Joining Renteria's staff for 2014 are Brandon Hyde as bench coach, Gary Jones
as third base/infield coach, Mike Brumley as assistant hitting coach and Jose
Castro as quality assurance coach.
The club has yet to name a first base coach.
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