Chicago Cubs catcher Willson Contreras wants to see more consistency.
Consistency both in how Major League Baseball treats players frequently getting hit by pitches and in how it hands down punishment. Contreras often has been at the center of animosity that has boiled over at times in the Cubs’ recent history with the Milwaukee Brewers.
Right-hander Keegan Thompson is appealing the three-game suspension he received Monday after MLB determined he intentionally hit Brewers outfielder Andrew McCutchen during the top of the eighth inning Saturday at Wrigley Field. The sequence resulted in benches clearing and Thompson getting ejected.
As a result of the ruling that Thompson purposefully hit McCutchen, Cubs manager David Ross was fined and suspended one game, which he served during…
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