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Long-Time Chicago Cubs Strategy Coach Mike Borzello Will Not Be Returning

I expect that most non-Cubs fans, and maybe even some of the less-hardcore Cubs fans, have no idea who Mike Borzello is. But if you’ve been around here for long, or watched many games, you recognize him. Borzello, whose tenure with the Cubs spanned ten seasons and four managers, will...
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Cubs Coaches Anthony Iapoce, Mike Borzello Won't Return in 2022

Cubs coaches Iapoce, Borzello won't return in 2022 originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. As the Cubs embark on an offseason of roster reconstruction, they’ll have multiple coaching staff vacancies to fill as well. Team president Jed Hoyer said at his end-of-season press conference Wednesday hitting coach Anthony Iapoce and...
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Master Strategist Mike Borzello Not Returning Next Season

Jed Hoyer dropped a bit of a bombshell during his postmortem press conference Wednesday morning, announcing that associate pitching coach Mike Borzello will not be returning. News came out Tuesday that hitting coach Anthony Iapoce was not coming back, which wasn’t really surprising when you consider what a revolving door that role has been over the last decade. Borzello had been a constant over the last 10 years, though, serving under several different managers in a variety of positions.
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Chicago Cubs part ways with hitting coach Anthony Iapoce and longtime catchers coach Mike Borzello

The Chicago Cubs are again in the market for a new hitting coach. Anthony Iapoce will not return in 2022, president of baseball operations Jed Hoyer confirmed Wednesday. Additionally, associate pitching, catching and strategy coach Mike Borzello is leaving the staff after 10 years. “At the end of this year both sides sort of realized that this was the right time to make that break,” Hoyer said ...