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CHICAGO – What else is Joe going to do?

That’s become a familiar and pleasant question for Cubs fans to ask since the beginning of the 2015 baseball season. They continue to ask the same things as Maddon begins his second season with the team.

Whether its dance competitions in the outfield or shaving heads for charity, the manager is keeping things light even with the incredible attention surrounding the team following a run to the NLCS.

Once again this past week Maddon created a stir when he and the Cubs wore T-Shirts with the phrase “Try Not To Suck” on them during a practice. It may seem like another cleaver slogan for the manager but it’s much more than than.

Korked Baseball produced the shirts for Maddon to benefit his “Respect 90” charity. On Tuesday the company’s co-founders Jacob Chandler and Joe Ferro came on Sports Feed to discuss how they came up with the shirts along with future plans with Cubs shirts.

To learn more about this unique venture, click on the video above.