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SportVIDEO: Kyle Schwarber Charges Umpire After Being Called Out on Check-Swing to End Cubs Game

01:50  14 april  2019
01:50  14 april  2019 Source:   12up.com

Gallo, Rangers rally to beat Cubs 8-6 after Darvish flops

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Kyle Joseph Schwarber . With 30 homers in 2017 and 26 in 2018, Kyle is just the third Cubs lefty hitter with multiple 25-homer seasons prior Made a comeback in the World Series after suffering a regular season- ending left knee injury two games into the season when he collided with Dexter Fowler in the

Kyle Joseph Schwarber (born March 5, 1993) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Chicago Cubs of Major League Baseball (MLB). He played college baseball for the Indiana Hoosiers.

​​Kyle Schwarber, there's a likely suspension coming your way. After the ​Cubs slugger was called out on a check-swing to end another Chicago defeat, he charged third-base umpire Gabe Morales and was promptly thrown out...after the game was already over.

Surely there's room for reasonable discourse between umpires and players over a call or two, but this level of pure madness is never okay, as Morales was fearful Schwarber would resort to violence given his rash reaction.

Was the call questionable? Absolutely. Schwarber really isn't one to lose his cool like this, as his usual calm demeanor was nowhere to be found in this moment of pure vitriol.

Rangers top Cubs 11-10 after falling behind former ace again

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Kyle Schwarber 's rise to stardom, return from catastrophic injury and emergence as a clubhouse leader can all be traced back to one scout who It was a warm afternoon in Chicago last July, and Theo Epstein was pissed. The Cubs ’ president of baseball operations stormed out of his office

Game 3 in Chicago: Indians catcher Yan Gomes celebrates after Cubs second baseman Javier Baez struck out swinging to end the game . Game 1 in Cleveland: Indians designated hitter Carlos Santana is checked on by medical staff in the third inning. Tommy Gilligan, USA TODAY Sports.

Schwarber is one of the most recognizable nam​​es in the game, and this definitely isn't what MLB is looking for in terms of how he should carry himself in the heat of the moment.

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VIDEO: Kyle Schwarber Charges Umpire After Being Called Out on Check-Swing to End Cubs Game

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