- The Los Angeles Angels fired manager Joe Maddon on Tuesday amid a 12-game losing streak
- Before he was fired, Maddon decided to cut his hair into the mohawk to break the team’s slump
- Maddon never got to show the team his insane new haircut
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It’s been a rough week for former Los Angeles Angels manager Joe Maddon.
The Angels fired Maddon on Tuesday during a 12-game losing streak that saw the team drop from first place in the AL West to out of the playoffs.
Joe Maddon Had A Crazy Plan To Break The Angels’ Losing Streak
Before he was fired, Maddon had one last plan to break the team’s slump. He decided to cut his hair into a mohawk.
Omg Joe Maddon got a mohawk “to try to awaken his team” but then he got fired so the Angels players never saw it pic.twitter.com/22yQuJIG6J
— Jomboy Media (@JomboyMedia) June 12, 2022
The problem, however, was that Maddon was fired before the team could ever see his new hairdo. Had the Angels known of Maddon’s plan, perhaps they would have kept him onboard. Instead, they dropped two more games under interim manager Phil Nevin. Nickelback couldn’t even help break the slump. Shohei Ohtani eventually carried them to victory to break the streak.
Naturally, Twitter was very curious about how Maddon’s mohawk turned out.
Drop a pic of the mohawk @MaddHalos
— CJ Fogler account may or may not be notable (@cjzero) June 12, 2022
this is amazing. picturing a sulking Joe Maddon being comforted by his wife after getting fired as she holds back laughter trying not to look at his hair. https://t.co/apkfCwejav
— Absolutely Hammered (@AH_Pod) June 12, 2022
It also didn’t stop Twitter users from roasting Maddon, who is probably sitting at home somewhere very sad and very bald.
— Thomas (@tombomb415) June 13, 2022
70 year old Joe Maddon is now walking around with a Mohawk for no reason 💀
— León (@Champ_Lion) June 13, 2022
Maddon is a two-time World Series winner. He one once with the Marlins in 2002 and then again win the Cubs in 2016. He’s also still highly regarded among many in the Major Leagues. So the odds are he’ll have another shot at finding weird ways to break a team’s losing streak. Godspeed, Joe.