"I know I said I didn't, but in truth that's the reason." he said. "I mean, look at where I' m from and the places I've played. Try to get a good one in Texas or, for God's sake, St. Louis."
Wacky Joe Maddon and his often-times questionable managerial decisions have translated over into his everyday life, as he was spotted Monday afternoon eating soup with a fork, despite having a perfectly good spoon right next to him.
Joe Maddon is at it again. With his pitching staff depleted following an epic five-game ALDS against the Nationals, the Cubs skipper has named infielder Javy Baez the NLCS Game 1 starting pitcher in Los Angeles Saturday night.
"Look, we'd love to start the series right away, we really would," said a champagne-soaked Joe Maddon, "but at this point we've got to get our guys fully rested if we want to compete with the Dodgers."
Following the Cubs’ 9-8 win over the Washington Nationals last night in the nation’s capital, Donald Trump took to Twitter to vent his frustrations, denouncing Pedro Strop’s hat as alt-left.
The Cubs' path to the NLCS just got a bit easier after Nationals' superstar, Bryce Harper, was scratched from the lineup for game 4 Tuesday after sustaining a shower-related injury in which he used shampoo that didn't contain conditioner.
“That was beyond embarrassing. We actually made this decision about 3 minutes into the second period,” NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said after the game. “We are especially disappointed because the players’ names had just been engraved on the Cup."