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    Greg Maddux's number 31 was retired by the Atlanta Braves in 2009. Maddux has been credited by many of his teammates with a superior ability to out-think his opponents and anticipate results. Braves catcher Eddie Pérez tells the story of Maddux intentionally allowing a home run to the Astros' Jeff Bagwell , in anticipation of facing Bagwell in the playoffs months later.

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  2. 19 de jul. de 1999 · Greg Maddux, the Atlanta Braves' four-time Cy Young Award winner, has discarded his contact lenses and glasses after undergoing laser eye surgery. "It flat-out fixed them," Maddux said. "I...

  3. There are only three players in the Baseball Hall of Fame to have worn eyeglasses during play: Chick Hafey, Reggie Jackson, and Greg Maddux. [6] . Because his vision became so variable, Hafey was obliged to rotate among three different pairs of glasses. List. Non-pitchers. Other notable non-pitchers who wore glasses include:

  4. 10 de jan. de 2014 · Maddux was only 6 feet and 170 pounds, and often wore glasses off the mound, as if to emphasize his unassuming presence. But there is a reason he won 18 Gold Glove awards, a record for any...

  5. 17 de jul. de 2009 · In the 11 years that Greg Maddux pitched for the Braves, ... especially after he put on the glasses he wore in the 1990s. ... Maddux might watch a hitter even as the hitter watched Maddux, ...

  6. 25 de fev. de 2020 · The Baseball 100: No. 31, Greg Maddux. By Joe Posnanski. Feb 25, 2020. Starting in December and ending on Opening Day, Joe Posnanski will count down the 100 greatest baseball players by...

  7. 18 de fev. de 2024 · Explore the artistry and precision of Greg Maddux, a baseball legend renowned for his exceptional control and tactical genius on the mound. Historic Baseball Bringing Baseball History To Center Field