The Chicago Cubs and Joe Maddon will part ways the club announced on Sunday.
Theo and Joe chatted over wine last night. They both agreed that “change is good,” as Maddon just said. The Cubs will have a new manager in 2020.
— Jordan Bastian (@MLBastian) September 29, 2019
Theo Epstein and Maddon both agreed to part ways after talking on Saturday night. Maddon was 471-338 in his five seasons with the Cubs. He helped the Cubs win the World Series in 2016, which ended their 107-year drought.
The Cubs will look for a new manager for next season and are rumored to like Mark Derosa, who has no managerial experience.