Polling Place: Chicago's best coach? Voters give the nod to White Sox' Rick Renteria
Matt Nagy, who led the Bears to a 12-4 record in 2018, might've seemed a likely favorite among coaches and managers in the Big Four pro leagues. Instead, his candidacy knuckled off course and, in the end, double doinked. If Chicago has a star among its head coaches in the four major professional leagues, it's Cubs manager David Ross.
We're using that term "star" loosely. The man is quite famous, that's all. He caught. Then he danced. Then he grabbed a microphone, and now here we are.
But who's the best among the guys who actually have experience (if not a whole lot of it) running teams? Ross has yet to manage a single game, so he must be set aside for now. Is the best we've got the Bears' Matt Nagy, the Blackhawks' Jeremy Colliton, the White Sox' Rick Renteria or no laughing, please the Bulls' Jim Boylen, who may soon be relieved of his ...