Aroldis Chapman appearance followed by awful choice of song at Wrigley Field

Tone deaf. Out of touch. Clueless. Use whatever phrase you want — the Cubs' public address people showed a startling lack of judgment Sunday.After reliever Aroldis Chapman pitched a scoreless ninth, the Wrigley Field public address system blared the song "Smack My Bitch Up." MORE: Most infamous moment for every teamAside from being a bad song to play at a family-oriented event, this is especially ridiculous because Chapman served a 30-game suspension to start the

season after an October incident in which he was accused of choking his girlfriend and firing eight gunshots.  Chapman closes out the inning & at the inning break the Cubs play "Smack My Bitch Up." You gotta know better. C'mon.— Sarah Spain (@SarahSpain) August 15, 2016Bad, bad, bad, Cubs. Really bad.Somebody's likely to get in trouble Monday, if they're not already. UPDATE: The Cubs have apologized and have "terminated our relationship" with the person responsible.

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