Edwin Jackson wasn't happy about being pulled and he let Cubs manager Dale Sveum know it.
After giving up just two runs on two hits through four innings, Jackson was surprised when he was pulled for a pinch hitter in the fifth inning of Chicago's 6-1 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night.
Television cameras caught Jackson and Sveum having words as Jackson headed down the tunnel toward the clubhouse. Several Cubs players and coaches moved toward the two as Jackson continued walking down the tunnel.
''I was just ready to go. As a pitcher, we're always just ready to go,'' Jackson said. ''We got a lot of competitors on this team and we're ready to battle at all times. Everybody wants to stay in the game. I was ready to battle, but he made his decision.''
Jackson (8-16) said he had no hard feelings toward Sveum.
''I don't have any problem with him. I'm sure he don't have any problem with me,'' he sai...