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One of the game's best managers turns in perhaps the worst managed game in history. Plus: Call Crane Kenney A Wahmbulance; Matt Maddon's Chicago Bears; Hawk's Doc; Thibodeau Putting Bulls Back Together; NU Worse Than Duke; Elena Delle Donne's Mystics Get Swept in Finals.
:12: The Maddening Is Here, Just Like It Is This Time Every Year.
-> Coffman: "Baseball karma is a bitch."
Guys I absolutely love having Joe Maddon as the Cubs manager but this one, this one game in Washington is one of the worst managed games I've ever seen.— Hub Arkush (@Hub_Arkush) September 13, 2018
Joe Maddon managing baseball games from August-October https://t.co/x8P06GWWkq— Sarah Weinstein (@slwein) September 14, 2018
Cubs defeat Joe Maddon's managing 4-3— Jeff Everson (@EVR551) September 13, 2018
Closest thing to Joe Maddon admitting he was wrong you will ever hear (regarding Strop injury): "I didn't see that coming." This proves what I suspected: that although he is infallible, he is not omniscient.— John Breslin (@johnbres2) September 14, 2018
26:56: Call Crane Kenney A Wahmbulance.
32:40: Sloppy Joe.
* One of the game's best managers just turned in the worst managed game ever in major league baseball history.
46:23: Matt Maddon's Chicago Bears.
1:01:31: Corey Crawford's Complicated Cranium.
(* Abreu translation: Torsión testicular.)
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