Cubs' Maddon not happy about Chicago's new tobacco law

CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - Chicago’s new tobacco law isn't making Cubs manager Joe Maddon very happy.

The city is outlawing smokeless tobacco at sports stadiums, which of course, includes Wrigley Field.

“I stopped chewing tobacco 15 years ago. And I’m glad that I did because I feel better because of it. I know the pitfalls,” Maddon said. “But I'm into education. Educate the masses and then everybody make their own decision. That's what I'm about. Inherently that’s what I’m about. So to tell me what I can and cannot do as an adult unless it’s illegal, that's something different.”

Maddon says the players will follow the rules.