MLB: Cubs seat Javy Baez for his dogging against the Cincinnati Reds?

This Tuesday, July 27, the continuation of the series will take place between Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds, which in the last hours has become a great rivalry of the 2021 Season of MLB. The surprise for this day is that Cubs sat Javy Báez and it could be because of the dogging he did last night when he gave the winning hit and as a precautionary measure.

Chicago Cubs made changes to their line up for today’s game against the Cincinnati Reds, as Javy Baez will not be part of the match due to a bruise in the area of ​​his left knee, as reported.

However, it should not be ruled out that the fact that the Puerto Rican was cut from the lineup (at first he was included) is due to the Cubs trying to protect him from balls by Reds pitchers.

Cincinnati’s ninth might want to take ‘revenge’ against Baez, since on Monday night he was the one who landed the hit that gave the Cubs victory and after doing so he performed a ‘rude’ dogging that angered his opponents.

Javy Báez is in the midst of rumors of a possible Chicago Cubs exit in the coming days, but despite that he seems to continue to give himself up for the organization with which he won the MLB World Series in 2016.

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