Greg Maddux Celebrity Life and Background Check

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 Greg Maddux Celebrity Life

Gregory Alan Maddux or Greg Maddux is a former American baseball professional and currently a baseball coach at the college level. He was born on April 14th, 1966. He played for the Chicago Cubs and the Atlanta Braves where his major achievements came. He coaches the University of Nevada for pitching. While playing for the Atlanta Braves, he succeeded in winning the World Series in 1995 versus the Cleveland Indians.

 

He was also the first to receive several other records. He became the first pitcher in the history of the major league to receive the Cy Young Award on four successive occasions between 1992 and 1995. This was matched by just one other player, Randy Johnson. He registered a 75–29 record during those seasons and had 1.98 ERA. He let only lower than one base runner every inning.

Maddux became the first pitcher in the history of the Major League to succeed in a minimum of 15 games in at least 17 successive seasons. He also owns the record for the highest number of Golden Gloves with 18. He was an excellent control pitcher. He succeeded in a higher number of matches that other pitchers in the 1990s. he also holds the 8th rank in the all-time list for the number of wins with 355.

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Since the beginning of the 1920s era, just Warren Spahn has a higher career win count with 363. He is one among the 10 pitchers to have attained the feat of 3,000 strikeouts and 300 career wins. He also happens to be the only pitcher with higher than 3,000 strikeouts, 300 victories and lesser than 1000 walks.

After retiring as a professional baseball player, Greg worked as a special assistant under the general manager of the Texas Rangers and the Cubs. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame of Baseball in January of 2014, with 97.4 % of the total votes.

Professional career

Chicago Cubs (1986–1992)

Maddux was drafted during the second-round draft of Major League Baseball in 1984. He played his first game for the Cubs in September of 1986. He became the youngest player within the major league at that time. During his first complete season, he made only 6–14 record with 5.61 ERA. However, he came to his full form during the following season, recording 3.18 ERA and an 18–8 record.

 Maddux became the iconic player for the Cubs in 1989 as he won 19 matches. This included a win in September which confirmed their 2nd all-time Eastern Division championship in the National League.

After winning 15 games in the 1990 and the 1991 seasons, he succeeded in 20 matches in 1992. He also received his initial Cy Young Award in the National League for his performances. After playing for the Cubs for seven seasons, he decided to join the Atlanta Braves.

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Post-playing career

Maddux was selected by the Chicago Cubs to work as the assistant post of General Manager in January 2010. He concentrated on improving the techniques and styles of the pitchers in the team, including the minor league teams. In the 2012 season, he left the team and went to the Texas Rangers. His brother Mike coached the team in pitching at that time.

He was elected as the coach for pitching in the USA team for the World Baseball Classic of 2013.

In February 2016, the Dodgers appointed him as the special assistant under the President of Baseball Operations of the team at that time.

In July 2016, he was appointed as the assistant baseball coach of the University of Nevada in Las Vegas. He serves as the coach for pitching. His son, Greg, is a pitcher in the Rebels’ Team.

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