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Cubs extend manager David Ross’ contract through at least the 2024 season

Cubs extend manager David Ross' contract through at least the 2024 season

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The Chicago Cubs have extended manager David Ross’ contract through the 2024 season, the team announced on Twitter. The pact includes a club option for 2025.

Ross, who will celebrate his 45th birthday on March 19, had previously been under contract through the 2022 season. His old deal included a club option for next season, but the Cubs evidently wanted to put any questions about his future to rest before they even had a chance to exercise that clause.

Ross has led the Cubs to a 105-117 record in his first two seasons at the helm, good for a 47.3 winning percentage. The Cubs made the expanded postseason during the 2020 pandemic-shortened season, but were eliminated in the…

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