Cubs Wanted to Interview Carlos Beltran, But There's Only One Managerial Job He Wants

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Cubs Wanted to Interview Carlos Beltran, But There’s Only One Managerial Job He Wants

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Well, the Cubs reportedly wanted to interview Yankees special assistant Carlos Beltran for their managerial opening, but he’s not interested.

In fact, there’s literally only one job he wants:

Bummer that the Cubs won’t, at a minimum, get to ask Beltran a few questions about the Yankees front office.

You can understand Beltran, who played for 20 years, being very choosy about where he would decide to dig into the grind. (Insert comment about him choosing the Mets … ) He’s got a good thing going with the Yankees, and if he wants to stay in New York (and Spring Training in Florida), then by all means, be choosy. He’s earned it.

As for the Cubs, that leaves only Astros bench coach Joe Espada as a known candidate that the Cubs have yet to interview. The Cubs have already interview Joe Girardi, and internal candidates David Ross, Will Venable, and Mark Loretta.

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Author: Brett Taylor

Brett Taylor is the Editor and Lead Cubs Writer at Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at @BleacherNation and @Brett_A_Taylor.