The season's halfway point is a benchmark for teams to determine whether they're going to contend for the playoffs or to play out the rest of the year with an eye toward the future. With the 2017 season rapidly approaching that point, teams on the cusp of contention are probably asking themselves
Chicago Cubs catcher Miguel Montero was not pleased his team allowed seven steals to the Washington Nationals Tuesday night, and he appeared to point a finger at starting pitcher Jake Arrieta.
The Chicago Cubs moved swiftly to respond to Miguel Montero's rant against teammate Jake Arrieta, designating the catcher for assignment Wednesday morning. The Nationals stole seven bases with Montero behind the plate Tuesday night. After the game, Montero unloaded on starting pitcher Jake Arrieta