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Sport Fan Points Out Possible Foreign Substance on Craig Kimbrel's Hand During Game 4 Save

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

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Craig Michael Kimbrel (born May 28, 1988) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB).

Philadelphia Phillies fans mock Craig Kimbrel ' s wind-up from behind home plate as Philly plays the Atlanta Braves. Craig Kimbrel stretch to get the sign.


​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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Craig Kimbrel is a relief pitcher for the Atlanta Braves who pitches like a weirdo. Weirdo might be a strong way of saying that he has a very distinctive A bunch of Phillies fans did a great job pointing Kimbrel ' s style out while being recorded on camera: John Malloy was one of the fans who took part

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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Kimbrel has now thrown eight consecutive scoreless outings, allowing just one hit while striking out 12 in that span. While Red Sox manager Alex Cora leaned heavily on closer Craig Kimbrel , Nationals manager Dave Martinez did his ace, Max Scherzer, no favors.

Craig Kimbrel is going to have to start being comfortable in uncomfortable situations if the Red Sox are going to make anything out of the 2018 season. Alex Cora called for Kimbrel with one out in the bottom of the eighth inning, with the Red Sox clinging to a 6-5 lead and with runners on the corners.

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For the Kimbrels, only save that truly mattered came in March.
Lydia Joy Kimbrel is 13 days away from her first birthday. The Red Sox are four wins away from giving her a most perfect present. If it happens, if the Red Sox cap this remarkable season with a World Series title, if they end up taking one final champagne shower and partying with a championship duck boat tour, they will share a small but deeply emotional slice of their journey with little Lydia Joy.

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