‘Brawling’ CLE-CWS squad disciplined in mass pile-up…protagonist Ramirez-Anderson appeals immediately

Major League Baseball (MLB) officials from the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox are facing a slew of disciplinary actions following an on-field brawl two days ago.

The MLB Office of the Commissioner announced today (Aug. 8) the disciplinary outcome of the bench-clearing incident that occurred two days ago at a Cleveland-White Sox game.

Tim Anderson (White Sox) and Jose Ramirez (Cleveland), who engaged in the fistfight that was the centerpiece of the bench-clearing, were suspended for six games and three games, respectively. They will also be fined. The other players involved in the on-field altercation, White Sox manager Pedro Griffol, Cleveland manager Terry Francona, pitcher Emmanuel Classe and third base coach Mike Sabo (Cleveland), were each suspended one game and fined. White Sox pitcher Michael Kopeck and Cleveland outfielder Gabriel Arias escaped suspensions and were fined instead.

Anderson and Ramirez, who received the most severe penalties, have both decided to appeal. Their punishments are suspended until the process is complete. As a result, Ramirez will be available for the Toronto Blue Jays on Aug. 8 against Hyun-Jin Ryu.온라인카지노

The two teams benched each other on June 6. While the bench-clearing alone is not enough to warrant discipline, the intentional fistfight, which was reminiscent of a boxing match, was highly controversial. At the time, Ramirez was batting second with one out in the sixth inning with his team down 0-5. After sliding into second on a head-first slide, he exchanged a few words with Anderson, who was covering second base, and a fight broke out. They raised their fists, assumed a boxing stance, and punched each other.

Players from both teams also ran to the ground at the time. Unusually, both team managers were on the field and engaged in a verbal altercation. Six players – Anderson, Ramirez, Coach Griffol, Coach Francona, Coach Sabo, and Coach Classe – were ordered to leave the field, and two days later were named as suspended.

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