62-year old Joe Maddon of the Chicago Cubs finished #2 in the voting for the 2016 National League Manager of the Year Award. Maddon led the Cubs to a 103-58 (64%) record during the 2016 regular season, as they won the N.L. Central. The Cubs then went 11-6 (64.7%) in the post-season to win the World Series for the first time since 2008! Maddon is now 200-123 (61.9%) in his first two regular seasons for the Cubs. He is also 15-11 (57.7%) in the post-season for the Cubs so far in his career with them. Maddon is already #17 in Cubs’ history with his 200 wins as the manager of the team. Maddon is now 981-852 (.535) in his 13 years as a manager in the show during the regular season and he is 28-28 (50%) in the post-season. Maddon is now #66 in Major League history with his 981 wins and he is also #12 in history with his 28 post-season wins. Maddon won the Manager of the Year Award in 2015 with the Cubs and also in 2008 and 2011 with the Tampa Bay Rays.