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Lou Piniella, the Chicago Cubs manager who had announced that he would retire after five decades in the game at the end of the year, moved up the timetable, stepping down after yesterday’s game to return to Florida to take care of his sick mother.

“Family is important, it comes first,” he said.
KC's View:
I hope his mom gets better. And then, I hope Piniella decides to return to the game, and becomes the manager of the New York Mets.