The Chicago Cubs are heading into an important offseason following yet another solid season in 2017. It was not the year that the Cubs hoped for, but they were still able to make it all the way to the NLCS. Joe Maddon and the Cubs were...Show More Summary
The Cubs’ manager overdid it in Game 6 of the World Series and, as a result, nearly blew Game 7. Now he gets a chance to not repeat his mistake.
Tapped by Joe Maddon before the 2008 season, the Nationals new manager has since learned by the side of the skipper of last year's World Series champions, waiting for his own chance.
Martinez spent the past 10 season as Joe Maddon's bench coach with the Tampa Rays and Chicago Cubs.
Martinez has been Joe Maddon's bench coach with the Rays and Cubs since 2008.
Javier Baez homers twice, Jake Arrieta delivers in perhaps final Chicago start at Wrigley Field. Joe Maddon ejected after controversial reversal. Game 5 Thursday, Kershaw vs. Quintana.
There is no shortage of ways to explain the Dodgers’ success this season, but Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon came up with a new one Wednesday. “Their yin and their yang,” Maddon said. That was Maddon’s way of saluting the Dodgers’ depth and preparation, and he used an adjective that might have...
Chicago's manager has faced questions about his handling of the bullpen in Game 2.
Losing while saving your closer for a save chance that never comes — hello, Joe Maddon and Buck Showalter — is a product of shortened playoff rotations... and bad managing.
Joe Maddon pulled a Buck Showalter on Sunday night, and just as it did with Showalter, Twitter showed Maddon no mercy. Last year, Orioles manager Buck Showalter did not use his best relief pitcher, Zach Britton, in the American League Wild Card Game against the Toronto Blue Jays. Showalter, you see, subscribes to the mythical […]
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If the Chicago Cubs are America’s cuddly little team, then Joe Maddon is America’s cuddly little manager, an affable baseball lifer who is well-read and has a wide range of interests that extend far beyond the foul lines. Well, sorry, America, but your man blew it. And to think it was because Maddon...
The Cubs manager said he was holding back Wade Davis for a possible save
Maddon was ejected from Game 1 for arguing about the controversial home plate blocking rule
The Cubs manager indicated that Davis would’ve been limited to one inning on Sunday.
The Cubs manager indicated that Davis would've been limited to one inning on Sunday.
Joe Maddon thinks drinking soda and trucking catchers should both be done with impunity.
Joe Maddon was ejected by the umpires, but his real beef is with Major League Baseball's rules
Joe Maddon was ejected by the umpires Saturday night, but his real beef is with Major League Baseball's rules. Maddon was tossed for arguing an overturned call at home plate … Click to Continue »