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21:05  10 october  2018
21:05  10 october  2018 Source:   12up.com

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Unless Kimbrel forgot to wipe before entering the game , I'm going to take a guess and say that's a little bit of pine tar. If caught, Kimbrel could've been removed from the game , but the Yankees never pointed it out to the umpires. Might as well challenge the brown stuff on Kimbrel ’ s right hand while

Philadelphia Phillies fans mock Craig Kimbrel ' s wind-up from behind home plate as Philly plays the Atlanta Braves. However, on Tuesday night, Boston Red Sox reliever Craig Kimbrel came into the game to close out the series, and there apparently was a dark foreign substance smeared on his


​I'm sure just about every pitcher uses some kind of substance to help them grip the baseball, which is a good thing since, you know, they are throwing over 95 mph and it'd be a good thing if they have control of it.

However, on Tuesday night, ​Boston Red Sox reliever ​Craig Kimbrel came into the game to close out the series, and there apparently was a dark foreign substance smeared on his right hand that was caught on TV. Take a look:

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Unless Kimbrel forgot to wipe before entering the game , I'm going to take a guess and say that' s a little bit of pine tar. If caught, Kimbrel could've been removed from the game , but the Yankees never pointed it out to the umpires.

out a possible foreign substance on #RedSox⁠ ⁠⁠ ⁠P Craig Kimbrel ’ s hand during ALDS Game 4 :http Too bad you click on the link to see the pic of the substance and 3 pop ups and ing out of things Perhaps Yankees didn’t point it out because they didn’t want their own pitchers checked.

Unless Kimbrel forgot to wipe before entering the game, I'm going to take a guess and say that's a little bit of pine tar. If caught, Kimbrel could've been removed from the game, but the Yankees never pointed it out to the umpires.

Whether he was cheating or not, it didn't help Kimbrel so much. He walked two batters and gave up two runs in one inning of work. However, he did the get the job done, which is all that matters to people affiliated with the Red Sox.

It's shocking the Yankees didn't see this and point it out to the umpires. While they're at it, they should check out the brim of his cap, which has an incredibly big rosin spot on it.

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Fullname: Craig Michael Kimbrel . Nickname: Dirty Craig . It marked his third career four - out save and second on the season. Kimbrel came on inrelief of teammate Jair Jurrjens with two outs in the seventh inning and retired one of his two batters facedto earn a hold in first All-Star game appearance

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