Kyle Schwarber tells Amir Garrett to get off his lawn after strikeout celebration

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Kyle Schwarber tells Amir Garrett to get off his lawn after strikeout celebration
Kyle Schwarber tells Amir Garrett to get off his lawn after strikeout celebration

Reds relief pitcher Amir Garrett tried to fight an entire team by himself earlier this year, so he's certainly not afraid of showing emotion on the diamond. His celebration of a ninth-inning strikeout against the Cubs on Wednesday drew the ire of outfielder Kyle Schwarber, who had just whiffed on an outside breaking ball to end the frame. As Garrett exited the mound with a roar and pound of his chest, Schwarber offered a stare-down and some expletives. The moment added tension and a bit of humor to a tie game, which the Reds went on to win 3-2. Garrett, known as a jokester in addition to being intense, chose not to directly engage with Schwarber. Instead, upon hearing his foe's shouting, he sprinted

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