Maddon also told reporters that with Heyward out, third baseman Kris Bryant could see time in right field during this weekend's series against the Chicago White Sox.
As a result, the Chicago Police Department used it as an opportunity to commend Bryant and highlight the proper approach to diffusing heated situations.
Bryant came in with the tying run in the sixth when he got hit by a pitch from Jose Urena and scored when Caratini grounded into a force. Follow our Facebook page to get updates on your news feed! Quintana wasn't sharp in his latest effort, he allowed three runs (zero earned), however he walked four batters along with five hits in four innings in St. Louis, finishing with the no decision in a contest the Cubs lost. Justin Bour led the Fish, going 1 for 2 with a homer and two RBIs, while Derek Dietrich added a double and an RBI to round out the scoring for Miami in the loss.
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The first indication of trouble came in the first when an apparent sign mix-up had the inning ending with slow Martin Prado going on a 3-2 pitch and Starlin Castro taking it for a called third strike. Chicago is off to its second-worst 34-game start behind an 8-26 opening in 1948. Jose Quintana will start game three and is 3-2 with a 4.99 ERA and 27 strikeouts this season. The Marlins have no timetable on LHP Chris O'Grady's return from a strained left shoulder. "He'll be OK", Mattingly said. Kyle Schwarber added a double of his own, while Anthony Rizzo went 2 for 4 and Tommy La Stella, Ian Haps and Javier Baez each added base hits as well in the win.
Baez was forced to leave Monday's game due to right groin tightness and was held out of Tuesday's starting lineup, though he did join the game as a pinch hitter. RHP Mike Foltynewicz (2-2, 3.65) starts for Atlanta.
"When I went out there, he didn't say specifically [what was wrong]", Cubs manager Joe Maddon said.