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.
Joe Maddon and the Chicago Cubs were among the zaniest MLB teams when it came to the practice of rookie hazing.
Just because the Chicago Cubs are the defending World Series champions doesn’t mean Joe Maddon has any plans his eccentric managerial methods.
Jonathan Papelbon is expected to choose his new team among a reported several interested parties as soon as Wednesday.
Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon appreciates how the Cavaliers delivered Cleveland its first championship since 1964, but he isn’t about to draw any parallels between it and a World Series title
Joe Maddon appears to be turning his catchphrases into a cottage industry of sorts as evidenced by a tee shirt he rocked on Wednesday before the Chicago Cubs took on the Milwaukee Brewers.
In some respects, Joe Maddon is as old school as they come as it relates to the game of baseball.
Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon, one of the most eccentric managers to ever patrol a major league dugout, handed out some t-shirt to his players during spring training that conveyed a pretty simple,
Republican presidential nominee hopeful Donald Trump continued his long-running war of words with the owners of the Chicago Cubs by threatening to start running attack ads to criticize their performa
Joe Maddon, who obviously ranks among the quirkiest and most eccentric personalities in all of baseball, outdid himself on Tuesday by having a mime lead Chicago Cubs players in stretching exercises i
Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon isn’t only one of the best managers in the game, he has carved out a reputation of being one of baseball’s most eccentric personalities.
Chicago Cubs skipper Joe Maddon was known to bring animals into the clubhouse during his tenure with the Tampa Bay Rays, one of many examples how how he implements unorthodox methods to motivate his