Robert Randall (Randy) Bush (born October 5, 1958 in Dover, Delaware), is a former professional baseball player and currently a front office member of the Chicago Cubs. With the hiring of Theo Epstein, Bush will continue as an assistant General Manager, and will be involved in the hiring process of the field and scouting staff.
Bush played for the Minnesota Twins from 1982 to 1993. He mainly played outfield and designated hitter throughout his 12-year major league career. He played in 1,219 games with 96 home runs, 409 RBIs, and a career batting average of .251. He wore the number 25 while playing for the Twins. Bush is a long-time resident of the New Orleans area.
By Dean Hanley
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