Maddon won't protest Cubs' loss to Nationals after all

  • null null null Baseball null The Cubs have dropped their protest over Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Nationals.Chicago manager Joe Maddon had formally protested the game, claiming Washington left-hander Sean Doolittle used an illegal delivery. However, the team has since decided not to move forward with their protest after discussions with  officials, with Maddon clarifying that he wanted to make a point objecting Doolittle’s toe-tap delivery after it was ruled illegal i夜网论坛n the past.MORE: Watch 'ChangeUp,' a new live whiparound show on DAZN In fact, Cubs righty Carl Edwards Jr. was told his similar move was illegal earlier this season.Discussion of the Sean Doolittle Toe Tap & Carl Edwards, Jr. Footplant from ESPN Sunday Night Baseball last night.— Rob Friedman (@PitchingNinja) May 20, 2019"I really didn’t anticipate a whole lot to be done with it," Maddon said Sunday, via the Chicago Tribune. "I still don’t agree with the conclusion because I think it’s exactly what Carl did, only a different version of it."But the point was I w[......]