When he’s inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame this summer, Maddux won’t be any of them – and yet, at the same time, he’ll be all of them.
Greg Maddux and Tony La Russa will not have logos on their Hall of Fame plaques.
The Chicago Cubs invited both Hall of fame pitcher Greg Maddux and infielder Ryne Sandberg to the Cub Convention this weekend.
Come July, Greg Maddux will enter the Hall of Fame with an Atlanta Braves cap emblazoned on his plaque. And that’s absolutely as it should be.
Dan Le Batard wanted his Baseball Hall of Fame vote to be heard, so he gave it to one of the biggest megaphones in sports — Deadspin.
White Sox slugger Frank Thomas and Cubs pitcher Greg Maddux have been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame
Congratulations, Ken Gurnick. I now know your name. It’s only because of your asinine Hall of Fame ballot, but at least now I know who you are.
The fan bases don’t often agree on much, but let’s hope we can all agree on that.
The thought process of any Baseball Writers’ Association of America (BBWAA) regarding Thomas should be very straightforward
Come next week, Greg Maddux will make the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. But he almost certainly won’t make it in the way he should.
Here is what so many voters like Simmons fail to understand. The Hall of Fame is a museum, and voters are being asked to choose what players get highlighted in that museum. Museums are supposed to represent—accurately—history.
Former Chicago Cubs pitcher Greg Maddux and White Sox slugger Frank Thomas were named to the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot on Tuesday.
Former Cubs and White Sox greats Greg Maddux and Frank Thomas are likely to be inducted into the Hall in their first year on the ballot
Speaking like a man who realized he was starting to do more harm than good, Wood admitted he had been putting his fellow relievers in difficult situations with his ineffectiveness.
(WSCR) We’ll start by saying this: In 23 seasons, Greg Maddux garnered 355 wins, 3,371 strikeouts to 999 walks with a 3.16 ERA. Maddux was voted to eight All Star games, he was a World […]
Greg Maddux is reportedly leaving the Cubs organization and could be joining the Texas Rangers.
Maddux came off incredibly impressive in his press conference with the media on Wednesday and I’m told he was just as impressive when interviewing with the Cubs’ brass.
Texas Rangers pitching coach Mike Maddux has withdrawn his name from consideration for the Red Sox manager opening and he could be the favorite for the Cubs job.
They’re five years, four Cy Young Awards and 316 wins apart, but might Mike and Greg Maddux – who have never before worn the same baseball uniform at the same time – finally come together on the North Side of Chicago next season?
They call Chicago the Second City. But New York appears to be turning itself into the City of Second Chances. For ex-Cubs, at least.