Greg Maddux Announces his Retirement

With all the talk about the Hall of Fame, sure to be Hall of Famer, Greg Maddux announced his retirement as the 2008 Baseball Winter Meetings began. Maddux first appeared in the major leagues in 1986 with the Chicago Cubs as a pinch runner, stayed in the game, and picked up the loss in relief. He proved the loss to be a fluke, as he amassed a 355-227 record during his 23 year big league career.

Greg never was an overpowering pitcher, he’d spot his fastball & change speeds. No other 300 win pitchers has ever reached the 3,000 strikeout plateau, while walking less than 1,000 batters. His 355 wins are more lifetime wins than any righthanded pitcher since Walter Johnson, who retired in 1927.

Check out this story on about Greg Maddux’ amazing career.

Congratulations Greg Maddux on a wonderful baseball career!!!

2 Responses to “Greg Maddux Announces his Retirement”

  1. haha look at that pron ‘stache on BatBoy.

    nobody better than Maddux. hands down.

  2. I’ve got that same extact baseball card sitting on top of my roll top desk, I know I’m a major geek!

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