Tony Kemp takes to Twitter to voice frustration after dicey third strike call

Rob Schaefer

Tony Kemp just can't catch a break.

In the midst of a Cubs comeback bid against the Padres Tuesday night, the diminutive utilityman was the victim of a pretty brutal squeeze by home plate umpire CB Bucknor, and he took to Twitter Wednesday morning to air his grievance:

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To his credit, the called third strike (the fourth pitch of the at-bat) that ended the Cubs' eighth inning felt juuuust a bit out of the zone.

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This isn't an isolated incident for Kemp, who was rung up on an even more egregious call by Marty Foster a couple weeks ago in Philadelphia:

Sometimes it simply ain't easy being a 5-foot-6-inch major league baseball player.

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