Chicago Cubs: BREAKING: Tyler Chatwood leaves game due to injury
|Sunday, August 30, 2020, 2:10 PM- -|
CINCINNATI — With one out in the bottom of the third on Sunday, Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Tyler Chatwood called for a trainer and subsequently left the game. Chatwood recently returned from an injured list stint brought on by a back injury.
The Cubs and the Cincinnati Reds were scoreless at Great American Ball Park at the time of Chatwood's start coming to an abrupt end. He threw several surprisingly off-mark pitches in the third frame that were explained by the fact that he was injured. Reliever Colin Rea replaced Chatwood on the mound.
Tyler Chatwood spikes a 1-0 pitch to Votto in 3rd and immediately calls for the Cubs' head athletic trainer. Exits the game with an apparent injury. This is 2nd start back from a IL stint due to a back strain. pic.twitter.com/gPteWlsuoa— Jordan Bastian (@MLBastian) August 30, 2020
Update: The Cubs later announced that the right-hander left the game due to "discomfort" in his right elbow, which, needless to say, is not a good sign.
Chatwood left because of right elbow "discomfort," team says— Gordon Wittenmyer (@GDubCub) August 30, 2020