After a leadoff walk to Max Muncy in the ninth, Pedro Strop strike out Kike Hernandez and got Justin Turner to ground into a 5-4-3 double play to pick up his third save of the year in the Cubs’ 7-6 victory over the Dodgers at Wrigley Field.

However, that wasn’t the wildest thing to happen to Strop Wednesday.

Before the game, Strop’s car was stolen and he was dealing with Chicago police up until the 4th inning when he told them “I might have to pitch. I have to go,” according to ESPN’s Jesse Rodgers.

On top of that, the car was apparently involved in a police chase somewhere in the city. Strop told Rodgers he still had more to go over with the police.

“I was still giving them my information in the fourth inning, and I told them, ‘I have to go. I might have to pitch,'” Strop said.

He said he wasn’t distracted by the events of the day and evening, though he did walk the leadoff hitter in the final inning.

After getting Justin Turner to hit into a double play, Strop gave a loud scream and fist pump, which isn’t too far from his normal reaction when he gets a save.

“It was a crazy day,” Strop said. “I’m still dealing with it.”

The ups and downs of being a professional athlete. 

Hopefully he’ll get his car back in one piece. 

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