March 17, 2001 Or Tommy Aaron? Poor guy simply didn't have major league stuff. Tragedy is he didn't realize it.
June 8, 2001 One word...putrid. I swear he stayed in the game as long as he did solely due to his last name. It never made sense. He was so bad, but still had a job. And he wasn't even a lefty.
June 23, 2001 The recipient of the recessive half of the Maddux family gene pool.
January 30, 2003 What a complete waste----He was awful. He was a no luck pitcher who had no talent when he was on the Metropolitans. I remember him blowing just about any game that he was brought into. The fact that he is Greg Maddux brother makes his lack of ability even more dramatic and painful for the family. I guess he is to the Maddux family what Jerry Van Dyke is the the Van Dyke family.
August 3, 2004 We used to call him Greg Maddux's evil twin since, he was everything Greg Maddux was not. He was a nightmare waiting to happen any time he came into a game. I'd rather see Doug Sisk pitch.
November 6, 2005 Asked by Joe Sexton of the Times what his most lingering memory of 1993 was, Maddux replied, "Jeff Torborg being fired. It was a big disappointment for me. At the time, I was pitching poorly. I'd hate to think that I had an effect on his fate. I'd like to be able to make it up to him some day."