Miguel Montero decided to go all Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler on a teammate, and like Wade and Butler, it was the right point made the wrong way.
It’s the Chicago Way, I guess.
The Cubs catcher, who throws out runners with the same ineptitude that Wade plays defense, was 0-for-24 throwing out runners this year before the 6-1 strafing by the Nationals on Tuesday, but there was Montero after the Nationals stole seven bases, confessing that it’s the pitcher’s fault. Every pitcher’s fault. Especially Jake Arrieta's fault Tuesday.