CINCINNATI -- First baseman Anthony Rizzo showed off his defensive skills and flexibility, and it helped the Cubs get a call overturned.
With one out in the Reds' seventh on Monday, Todd Frazier hit a broken-bat grounder to shortstop Starlin Castro, who threw to Rizzo for the out. Rizzo did the splits to reach for the ball, but first-base umpire Mike Winters called Frazier safe.
Chicago manager Rick Renteria challenged the call, and after a 46-second review, it was overturned, and Frazier was out.
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