Tough crowd, part II
It’s been three years since Dusty Baker managed the Cubs, yet he still is booed whenever he steps onto the field during a game. Does he think the Wrigley Field crowd will ever let it go?
“They probably won’t,” Baker told MLB.com’s Mark Sheldon on Wednesday. “They still talk about [former managers] Leo Durocher here and Lee Elia. Hey, I’ve come to expect it.”
Baker has no hard feelings towards Chicago.
“Ain’t nothing is going to spoil my joy and pleasure of life. Nothing. Nobody,” Baker said. “I have a beautiful family, a beautiful job, a beautiful life, a beautiful house. It’s beautiful. And I’m healthy.”
— Carrie Muskat