Ross extiende contrato con Cachorros hasta 2024

Head coach David Ross and the Chicago Cubs agreed on Friday to extend his contract through the 2024 season, which includes the team’s option to extend it through 2025.

In the two years since he was hired to replace Joe Maddon, Ross is 105-117 with one appearance after the season ended.

The manager, who turns 45 next week, helped the team navigate the challenges posed by the pandemic in 2020, leading to Chicago’s record 34-26 and the NL Central title in a short season before thrashing the Cubs in two games against Miami in the Wild- Series Card. Last season, Chicago was in first place before experiencing a slump that led the team to dismantle the core of its players and finish with a record 71-91.

Chicago moved from leading the Division 42-33 after Zach Davis and the Bull combined for a no-hit Los Angeles Dodgers on June 24 to losing 11 in a row. That convinced Chief of Baseball Operations, Jade Hoyer, to dissolve the group that helped guide the Cubs to the World Series in 2016 to their first title in 108 years.

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