Cubs Anthony Rizzo shows good sportsmanship, apologizes to umpire

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LOS ANGLES — The Chicago Cubs blew out the Dodgers 10-2 Wednesday night in Game 4 of the NLCS.

During the game, Cubs’ first baseman Anthony Rizzo had a heartwarming interaction with home plate umpire Angel Hernandez.

In the fifth inning, Rizzo didn’t agree with a strike called against him during a 3-1 count. He was seen voicing his displeasure to Hernandez.

When Rizzo came to the plate in the seventh inning, he apologized saying “my fault on that.”

Hernandez responded to Rizzo by saying, “Your fault for what brother?” he said. “Come on, you’re good, bro. You’re awesome with us. No, no worries. You’re competing. I understand. Don’t worry. You know what’s best of it? You come back and tell me that. That’s how good of a guy you are.”