Joe Maddon shows off his new 'Embrace the Suck" t-shirt


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Chicago Cubs veteran manager Joe Maddon is known for his catchy motivational sayings and t-shirts to keep his team motivated through a long baseball season.

On Friday afternoon, Maddon showed off his new t-shirt that says "Embrace the Suck" on it. This is a similar saying to his former 'Embrace the Target' and 'Try not to Suck' catchphrases.

Check out the picture below as he wore it during Friday's pre-game press conference. Proceeds from the t-shirt sales go to his Respect 90 Foundation. Earlier in the week, the foundation handed out 1000 meals to homeless families in Chicago.


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