WATCH: Contreras bat flips after getting walked not once but twice


by - Senior Writer -

CHICAGO — In the seventh inning of the National League Wild Card Game between the Chicago Cubs and the Colorado Rockies Cubs catcher Willson Contreras put on quite a show after drawing a walk. Later, in the ninth, he did the same exact thing after garnering another walk.

On both occasions, Contreras chucked his bat aside with all of the ferociousness of a slugger who just a hit a walk-off home run and roared and motioned toward the Cubs' dugout so as to rally the troops in the tight-knit ballgame. Pumping up the Wrigley faithful in the process, Contreras definitely made the most of most of his trips down the first-base line.

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