Obviously, hell has no fury like a despised Schwarber. The nice giant burst after being called on a swing in check to end the game.
Chicago, Illinois – Despite a late rally, the Chicago Cubs (5-9) lost to the Los Angeles Angels (8-7) at Wrigley Field on Saturday. The Halos gained a 3-point lead in the second run and never let their lead slip away, as the Cubs saw their hopes of coming back reduced to nothing during a questionable strike early in the ninth. Throughout the loss, the Cubs underwent many assumptions, resulting in a 6-5 loss.
With a runner on first base and no withdrawal early in the second, an enthusiastic Cubs fan helped trigger an Angels race by catching a foul ball on the third bashing team that was chasing the Cubs' players. Javier Baez and David Bote could have potentially caught for an out. Striker Brian Goodwin instead took advantage of his second chance to give the Angels the advantage by hitting a straight forward who put the riders in turns. After that, a single RBI put Los Angeles on the board, and newcomer Angels Tommy La Stella then attracted the intervention of a receiver, whom he was known to do while he was a member of the Cubs.
It was a series of unfortunate events to start the round of three innings. No error has been attributed to Hendricks. pic.twitter.com/oZ4RH8w5iT
– CC ?? (@CubsCommenter) April 13, 2019
Cubs start launcher Kyle Hendricks was hit by the thrust of the second run of the Angels, giving three points on four hits in the match at the end of the game. Hendricks then pitched five innings, and each of the innings that he allowed during his third losing start of the season was ranked in the top of the second.
Neither team was particularly effective in hitting the ball with the base riders, with a combined total of 21 men remaining in the match. Baez managed to score a double RBI in the third to make the score of 3-1, but the catcher Willson Contreras scratched with two outs and loaded bases. In the fifth, Baez, who scored twice in the game, scored his second double of the match for the RBI. The Cubs found themselves at an Angels race. additional races to the angels.
– Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) April 13, 2019
The Chicago field gave a total of three points, including two in the sixth at back-to-back bases. Pulling from behind 6-2 late, Cubs player Jason Heyward started a rally with a 1-2 in the eighth. Heyward and Contreras then scored on a single of two on Mark Zagunis.
– Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) April 13, 2019
At the bottom of the ninth, Cody Allen, the reliever of the Angels, had a fragile appearance. After issuing a walk in one Anthony RizzoAllen gave Baez a double, which was essentially a routine to center the fearless "El Mago" dangerously stretched in a two-sack.
After that, the excitement has intensified. Heyward hit the ball on the left field line on which Goodwin unnecessarily slid underneath to create a catch that should have been relatively simple. Instead, the ball bounced on Goodwin's fair-trade glove and the mistake allowed Rizzo to score and advance Heyward to second place and Baez to third place. Allen was then able to cash two sets of consecutive strikes, but not without controversy.
Following a withdrawal from Contreras for the second outing, Chicago's left-field player Kyle Schwarber the third base umpire is sounded on a verified hit. Faced with a full tally, Schwarber seemed to think that he was able to hold his momentum over what would have been the fourth ball, but the third-base umpire decided that he was going around to the third strikes. Schwarber, usually calm and collected, was furious at the call and was subsequently ejected from the match ended for having stormed after the referee while shouting obscenities at him. The unusual ending that technically included a post-game ejection suited a 6- to 5-ball match with several momentum swings caused by strange circumstances.
– Billy Krumb (@ClubhouseCancer) April 13, 2019
|Los Angeles Angels against the Chicago Cubs|
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|W: Ty Buttrey (1-0, 0.00) L: Kyle Hendricks (0-3, 5.40) S: Cody Allen (4)|
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