"We're pretty shocked right now and I feel terrible for everybody involved. Our heart goes out to the Skaggs family and the Angels organization. (Baseball) is a small community. We're this whole fraternity of guys that care about each other. We compete for three hours every day but when something like this happens, it affects everybody. It just sucks."
CHICAGO — Brandon Hyde knew there would be bumps in the road when he agreed to leave his job as Cubs bench coach to manage the 115-loss Orioles.
CINCINNATI — You can probably blame Miss Manners for the ejection of Cubs bench coach Brandon Hyde in the fourth inning of Saturday's 11-2 los…
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