Skip to content

Joe Maddon, Bill Belichick are brothers in casual wear

Apr 29, 2010, 1:09 AM EST

belichick-hoodie.jpgIt’s a little bit late since the Great Joe Maddon Hoodie Controversy was solved last week, but the Tampa Bay Rays manager nonetheless received some support in his quest for wardrobe freedom when he received a hoodie in the mail from none other than Patriots coach – and noted hoodie enthusiast — Bill Belichick.

The Patriots hoodie came embroidered with a “J.M.” on the front, making it pretty fancy by hoodie standards. Maddon called the gift “very cool,” and he should have just left it at that. Instead, he went on to tell the Associated Press:

“It’s quite an accomplishment, quite an achievement to get something from a coach who’s won the Super Bowl,” Maddon said.

Yes, it is quite the accomplishment. Much like it was an accomplishment for me to receive a letter in the mail from the former sidekick on The Tonight Show. (I may already be a millionaire!)

Maddon says he won’t wear the hoodie. After all he’s a smart guy and knows MLB will frown on any of their managers wearing NFL gear. But he will display the sweatshirt in his office in a nice show of solidarity with his brother in casual wear.

One question though. Do you think they’ll let Bob Huggins be a part of their club?

Are you on Twitter? You can follow Bob here, and get all your HBT updates here.

  1. GimmeSomeSteel - Apr 29, 2010 at 1:53 AM

    Bill Belichick? Didn’t he used to be someone important?

  2. Merlin6593 - Apr 29, 2010 at 1:47 PM

    You wish you had that kind of influence…please come up with something original about film making ability. Let the haters hate

Leave Comment

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!

Featured video

Cubs shore up rotation with Jon Lester
Top 10 MLB Player Searches
  1. J. Kang (2747)
  2. W. Myers (2501)
  3. D. Ross (2134)
  4. C. McGehee (2108)
  5. W. Middlebrooks (1953)
  1. J. Shields (1849)
  2. T. Tulowitzki (1826)
  3. J. Upton (1815)
  4. D. Haren (1812)
  5. M. Scutaro (1745)