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Cubs Fire Quade After One Full Season As Manager
Updated May 5, 2013 12:00 AM | Filed under: Network Indiana
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(CHICAGO, IL) - The Chicago Cubs fired manager Mike Quade on Tuesday.

New Team President Theo Epstein says he is looking to start with a clean slate as the Cubs look for someone around whom they can build a foundation for sustained success.

Epstein did say that he is looking for someone with previous managerial or coaching experience at the Major League level, which seems to eliminate fan-favorite Ryne Sandberg, who has not managed above the Triple-A level.

Quade took over as Cubs manager when Lou Piniella retired in August of 2010 and went 95-104.

He had one year remaining on his contract worth one-million dollars.

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