Greg Maddux turns 54 on Tuesday, so MLB Network is celebrating by airing a marathon of some of his favorite games. The legend will be live-tweeting along with the action, presumably cracking wise about teammates and opponents while giving followers a look inside his day.
To celebrate my 54th birthday tomorrow @MLBNetwork is playing some of my favorite career games. Make sure to follow along as I live tweet the games and share how I'm spending my birthday. I still have more hair than smoltzy
— greg maddux (@gregmaddux) April 14, 2020
In case you’re wondering, the lone Cubs game comes from his second stint in Chicago and is first on the schedule. Starting at 9am CT is the August 7, 2004 game against the Giants in which Mad Dog earned his 300th career victory. Not bad.
In honor of Greg Maddux’s birthday tomorrow, MLB Network is running a full slate of his best games: pic.twitter.com/py1kw0fJmF
— Jared Wyllys (@jwyllys) April 13, 2020
The rest of the slate features three Braves games, which his Game 1 victory against the Indians in the 1995 World Series getting an encore at 9pm. That’s the one in which Maddux threw a Maddux, shutting out the Tribe with just 95 pitches.