Will Greg Maddux Enter MLB Hall Of Fame Wearing A Braves' Or Cubs' Hat?

Wednesday, January 22, 2014
- photo by Tim Evearitt

The Hall of Fame will make this announcement Thursday. But it seems obvious that Maddux will be enshrined in Cooperstown as a member of the Braves organization.

He began his career with the Cubs and won the first of his four consecutive Cy Young Awards during his first tour of duty with Chicago's North Siders.

But Maddux won three of those Cy Young Awards and notched 194 of his 355 career wins while playing 11 of his 23 Major League seasons in Atlanta.

Maddux will have the fond memories of the 10 seasons he spent with the Cubs, but the most indelible memories of his legendary career were created during his time in Atlanta.

---- Source:MLB.com


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