Jim Hendry kick-started the interview process for the Cubs open manager position by speaking face-to-face with former Cleveland skipper, Eric Wedge, on Thursday.
Wouldn’t be surprised if Wedge ends up a finalist for the job. Not only did he quickly mold the the young Indians team he inherited into contenders, but also represents a much needed change from the old guard. He’s young by managing standards, 42, and far from the glits and glamor of a Dusty Baker and Lou Piniella.
Now the short version on Wedge’s qualifications: