Saturday, March 15, 2014

Matt Garza wants to 'kick Cubs' teeth in' every chance he gets

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Matt Garza spent part of the last three seasons as a member of the Chicago Cubs. But now he plays for the division rival Milwaukee Brewers after inking a four-year deal in the offseason.

The right-hander recently told Gordon Wittenmeyer of the Chicago Sun-Times that he enjoyed his time with the Cubs. However, he also added he's looking forward to sticking it to his old team every chance he gets.

“And I wish them the best,” he said. “But I like where I’m at, and I’m going to try to kick their teeth in every time I get a chance.”

There could be some resentment still bubbling inside Garza after a tough three-year stint with Chicago. Aside from various stints on the disabled list, Garza also spent about a year and a half on the trading block before finally being dealt to Texas in the middle of last season.

Apparently, he's still holding a grudge.

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