One day after being suspended for a game, Chicago Cubs manager David Ross sounded off on MLB's punishment for him and his team.
"It's a little confusing, to me, from my seat," he said Friday, clearly annoyed. "I have a hard time understanding it."
Ross was suspended, along with pitcher Ryan Tepera and game-planning coach Mike Borzello, after Tepera threw a pitch at the feet of Milwaukee Brewers starter Brandon Woodruff during Tuesday's win over the Brewers. The pitch came in response to Cubs catcher Willson Contreras getting hit by a pitch from Milwaukee for the third time in the young season.