While contemplating where the Cubs’ season stands at the unofficial midpoint of the season, Kris Bryant made the interesting observation that it’s on the players to make sure Maddon remains in Chicago
Joe Maddon without question is among the most eccentric characters to ever manage an MLB team, and comments recently made by the Chicago Cubs skipper about the stunning outburst of home runs this
Joe Maddon raised some eyebrows — and elicited some chuckles — by revealing at the MLB winter meetings in December that he had started reading “Managing Millennials for Dummies.
Joe Maddon on Thursday doubled down on expressing bafflement over rumors that his job is in jeopardy with the Chicago Cubs.
The Chicago Cubs will face the Los Angeles Dodgers in a split doubleheader on Tuesday at Wrigley Field after Monday’s postponement due to bad weather and a ballpark lighting issue.
After resuming baseball activities on Thursday, Kris Bryant was held out of Friday’s starting lineup for the fourth consecutive game after being hit in the head by a pitch on Sunday.
A film about the Chicago Cubs finally breaking their 108-year championship drought last fall reportedly is in the works.
The media members who cover the Chicago Cubs apparently have been obsessed in recent weeks over whether or not Joe Maddon has taken to dyeing his hair.
The Chicago Cubs are of course known for their themed road trips.
The Chicago Cubs on Wednesday will pay a second visit to the White House, less than six months after originally doing so to celebrate the team’s World Series title.
The Chicago Cubs return home presumably dejected following a disastrous West Coast road trip that saw the team drop six straight games.
Joe Maddon, as he is wont to do, has planned something special for an upcoming road trip for the Chicago Cubs.
The Chicago Cubs have gotten off to a relatively disappointing start to the 2017 MLB season.
Joe Maddon and Joe Girardi both articulated their thoughts on racist behavior from fans at MLB ballparks, a dialogue of course sparked by the events of Monday night at Fenway Park.
Joe Maddon is a man who loves his slogans.