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Paul Sullivan: Cubs' 'life of the party' is gone as strength coach Tim Buss joins Joe Maddon with the Angels

CHICAGO - Angels manager Joe Maddon is bringing the old gang to Anaheim, Calif., hiring three of his former Cubs coaches in Brian Butterfield, John Mallee and Tim Buss.

Coaches come and go, as Mallee learned when he was fired as Cubs hitting coach only one season after their 2016 championship.

But on rare occasions coaches hang around for a generation, like Buss, the team's strength and conditioning coordinator since 2001. He not only knows where all the bones are buried at Wrigley Field, he probably

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