Astros' Joe Espada Lands Second Interview For Cubs Opening​

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Astros' Joe Espada Lands Second Interview For Cubs Opening​
Astros' Joe Espada Lands Second Interview For Cubs Opening​

Following a week in which former veteran catcher David Ross appeared to be the favorite to replace Joe Maddon as the manager of the Cubs, there may be a new leader in the clubhouse. Figuratively speaking, of course. At least for now. Astros bench coach Joe Espada will interview for a second time to become Maddon's successor on Chicago's North Side, which was first reported by MLB.com on Sunday. The 44-year-old Espada first interviewed with Cubs president Theo Epstein and general manager Jed Hoyer last week in a meeting that, according to the Chicago Sun-Times, appeared to go very well. Espada is scheduled to meet again with Epstein and Hoyer ahead before the Astros face the Nationals in Game

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