Cubs catcher Miguel Montero, who had only 12 at-bats in the team’s postseason run, voiced his frustrations with the team over his lack of playing time after their magical World Series win.
“It was different for me,” “It was a different emotion because I didn’t get a chance to play. I was a little disappointed, to be honest, because I felt like I did a good job in the regular season but was left out a little bit. It made me feel a little like not important or maybe not as good to be in this lineup.”
“I think the toughest part for me is they never communicated with me,” “I’m a veteran guy. They talk about veteran leadership. I have 11 years in the game and two All-Star [appearances]. I expected to be treated a little better. I was expected to get communication.
“Just let me know. Put me in the loop. That was the toughest part for me because I never understood what my role was going to be.”
Wrong time and place, Miggy.