On this date in 1961, Charlie Grimm and Verlon Walker are named to the eight-man Chicago Cubs College of Coaches. Under this system, which was actually implemented, a different coach will manage the team each month during the season. Members of the group will also rotate between the Major League team and the minor league affiliates.
Yeah, I can see this working!
Like having a substitute teacher every day!
Chaos in the classroom; but it never ends because the "regular teacher" never comes back!
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