WATCH: Russell makes amazing web gem to throw out Braun, Bote in awe


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The Cubs won a 3-0 shutout of the Brewers on Tuesday night as the North Siders are now up two game in the division.

During the ninth inning, Addison Russell made an incredible diving catch and throw to rob Ryan Braun of a single. His teammates David Bote was in awe of the play as he watched just a few feet away.

Even Ryan Braun smiled giving credit to Russell on the superb defensive play.

The Brewers challenged the play that he was out and the call was confirmed on the play.


The Internet has been having fun of Bote's reaction to the play:



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