Mike Quade takes Jim Riggleman's spot as National League All-Star coachPosted: Updated:
CHICAGO (AP) -- Chicago Cubs manager Mike Quade has been added as a National League coach for the All-Star game.
Quade will take the spot of Jim Riggleman, who resigned last week as manager of the Washington Nationals.
The 54-year-old Quade is in his first full season as the Cubs' manager. Chicago has been beset by injuries this season, a factor in its disappointing start.
San Francisco manager Bruce Bochy will guide the NL squad at the All-Star game on July 12 in Phoenix. Bochy added Quade on Tuesday.
Arizona manager Kirk Gibson also will serve on Bochy's staff.