"I'm not here to bury anyone, but it wasn't very good," Schwarber said in his postgame availability. "You wish ... I don't know how to really say it. It just wasn't very good. Guys were doing a really good job tonight of not saying much. It just got to me to where I was going to stick up for some other guys."
Kyle Schwarber, who’s hit 15 home runs since the key was introduced, said he looks forward to sharing it every time he gets the key.
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