As of 3 p.m. today the new manager of the Chicago Cubs is former Rays skipper Joe Maddon. Theo Epstein wants to be known as the curse buster. He brought the Red Sox a title after over 100 years
Monday at the iconic Wrigley Field offices of the Chicago Cubs, President, Baseball Operations Theo Epstein and his fellow former Boston Red Sox partner, Executive Vice President, General Manager Jed Hoyer, will together announce that former Rays manager Joe
Well, what we already suspected is now official. Joe Maddon, the former manager of the Tampa Bay Rays, is now the new manager of the Chicago Cubs. BREAKING: Joe Maddon becomes Cubs new manager — Inside Sports (@InsideSportsCM) October
All of the speculation surrounding Joe Maddon is over, as he has agreed to a deal with the Chicago Cubs to be their new manager.
Ron Gardenhire on the surface doesn't meet the statistical needs of the Rays organization but in his 13 years as Twins skipper he was a proven winner.
MLB NEWS: Joe Maddon When Joe Maddon resigned on October 24, he closed the chapter as the Tampa Bay Rays only successful manager in franchise history. Joe Maddon rumors: Ex-Tampa Bay Rays manager's agent says he is prepared to
When Joe Maddon announced he was opting out of his contract with the Rays, the city of Tampa was shocked. It was a decision so unexpected that many didn’t know how to take the news. Maddon loves it in
With Joe Maddon announcing he has opted out of his contract with the Tampa Bay Rays, Dave Martinez is one in-house guy that could take over the job.
Rays pitching coach Jim Hickey gives us his thoughts on Joe Maddon opting out of his contract and speculates on who the next manager for the Rays could be.
After nine years as the manger of the Tampa Bay Rays Joe Maddon, 60, opted out of the final year of his contract and plans to explore other opportunities in baseball, the team said Friday. It did come as