“I come from the land of big celebrations after wins,” Joe Maddon says. “I don’t want that ever to get old.”
The debate continues on as to whether the Senior Circuit should add a designated hitter.
Maddon says he’s still in awe of his new job and his new office.
The Cubs are committed to Starlin Castro at shortstop.
The ultimate judge of where Bryant plays will be Joe Maddon.
A strong closer, hard-throwers and a veteran presence has been the winning formula for Chicago.
“I want our players to embrace all this stuff in Cubdom,” Maddon says.
More left-handed hitters have given Chicago lineup balance.
Arrieta threw seven scoreless innings Wednesday to lead the Cubs.
“Wonderful feeling,” Maddon said after a 2-0 win against the Cardinals.
The Cubs aren’t as concerned about Lester as the national media seems to be.
Maddon will join Spiegel and Goff on Tuesdays at noon during the baseball season.
Can Arismendy Alcantara be consistent? And is Jake Arrieta the true staff ace?
In reality, new Cubs ace Jon Lester was making his last spring training start, as opposed to his first outing of the 2015 regular season on Sunday evening.
Opening Night was thwarted by the Cubs’ rival and was a reminder to stay patient.
Both Chicago teams are led by undeniably smart men who have built their rosters in very different ways.
Come Sunday, we can turn out attention to what we cherish: meaningful baseball.
Bryant will begin the season at Triple-A Iowa after a tremendous Cactus League campaign.
“In a healthy organization, there should be different opinions expressed,” Epstein says.
Maddon isn’t as worried about Baez’s strikeouts as others are.