(CBS) –– Joe Maddon will appeal to Wrigley faithful both young and old, as he gets rolling on the insurmountable task of winning championships as a Cub manager.
This man for many seasons is anything but traditional in his approach to baseball or life itself.
“I don’t get down. I can if my kids are having a bad day. That would be about it. I am pretty fortunate. I think I have earned some of the fortunate components of my life, but at the end of the day, if you’re in this position and you’re upset about some trivial stuff, somebody should smack you.”
That is just a mere tidbit from the pearls of wisdom that this 60-year-old yogi spews, when he gets on a cosmic roll. Madden won his first press conference with a performance not seen by media types since the days of Casey Stengel in the…
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