Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon made history when he led the team to their first World Series title in more than a century, but that didn't make him immune to some second-guessing for the way he handled his pitching staff in Games 6 and 7.
He talked about that during his managerial interview session at the winter meetings Tuesday:
"It's fascinating to me regarding the second guessing because the only reality I know is that we won. That's the one reality that I do know. We have oftentimes talked about outcome. If you had done something differently, would it have turned out better? But better than winning, I don't know what that is.
"And furthermore, y'all know...