Maddux may refer to:

  • Greg Maddux, former baseball pitcher for the Atlanta Braves
  • Mike Maddux, former baseball pitcher and current pitching coach for the Texas Rangers
  • Jared Maddux, Tennessee politician
  • Roger Maddux, American professor and mathematician
  • Maddux Airlines

Other articles related to "maddux":

1998 Atlanta Braves Season - Award Winners
... of the Month, April Tom Glavine, P, Silver Slugger Andruw Jones, OF, Gold Glove Greg Maddux, Pitcher of the Month, June Greg Maddux, P, Gold Glove 1998 Major League Baseball All-Star Game ...
Maddux House
... Maddux House, also known as Maddux's Island, Maddux's Warehouse, Inclosure, and Capt ...
Roger Maddux
... Roger Maddux (born 1948) is an American mathematician specializing in algebraic logic ... Maddux is primarily known for his work in relation algebras and cylindric algebras, and as the inventor of relational bases ...
Larry Himes - Tenure With Cubs - Contract Negotiations With Greg Maddux
... for the departure of pitcher Greg Maddux following the 1992 season, a season in which Maddux won 20 games and his first of four consecutive National League Cy Young Awards ... Maddux had emerged back in 1988, when he made the National League All-Star team for the first time and won 18 games ... In July 1992, Himes offered Maddux a contract that would pay him more than $5 million per year ...
Maddux Air Lines - Further History
... In the remaining few months of 1927 Maddux carried 1400 passengers ... For the following few years Maddux expanded its fleet of Ford Tri-motors and its routes ... In April, 1928 Maddux started passenger service from Los Angeles to San Francisco, California, with scheduled stops in Fresno and Oakland and, by reservation, in ...