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Maddon in the New York Times

“He’s a young team’s manager,” said Upton, obliquely comparing Maddon with his predecessor, the volatile and veteran-disposed Lou Piniella. “He allows us to have fun.”

And this:

Although many of the game’s most intelligent managers love to tinker, Maddon prefers to put his tools down and let those of his Rays take over. “I’m so not into controlling this,” Maddon said with a smile.