If you can line a shot into centerfield against Mariano Rivera to score the biggest run in Red Sox history, you can probably handle coaching Cubbie hitters. Bill Mueller, who plated Dave Roberts in 2004's ALCS Game Four, will—according to USAToday's Bob Nightengale—become the new hitting coach for Theo Epstien's Cubs. In awarding Mueller our inaugural 'First Citizen' Award in 2005, we said the following: "Since becoming a Red Sox Player in 2003, Bill Mueller has demonstrated the 'Quiet Class' that all of us in the Nation instinctively want in players who wear Red Sox 'laundry'. He does his job day in and day out without fanfare. In the process, he has become one of the most reliable players in recent Sox history—and a clutch performer with few peers. The game-tying hit in Game 4 of the 2004 ALCS, the season-turning home run off Mariano Rivera in the 'Brawl Game' of 2004, and an amazing batting average with the bases loaded in 2005 (.526)." Congratulations, Bill!