Cleveland-White Sox face MLB disciplinary action

Tim Anderson (Chicago White Sox) and Jose Ramirez (Cleveland Guardians) received heavy penalties for brawling during an MLB game.메이저사이트

According to USA Today and others on the 8th (Korean time), the MLB Secretariat imposed a fine with a suspension of 6 games for Anderson and 3 games for Ramirez. White Sox manager Pedro Griffol, Cleveland manager Terry Francona, Cleveland pitcher Emmanuel Classe and Cleveland third base coach Mike Sabo were suspended for one game and fined. White Sox pitcher Michael Kopek and Cleveland outfielder Gabriel Arias were fined without suspension.

During the game on the 6th, Ramirez hit a double with a runner on second base in the bottom of the 6th inning, which was trailing 0-5. Ramirez, who landed on second base with a head-first sliding, engaged in a war of words with shortstop Anderson, who came under second base cover, pushed the referee who was trying to stop him, and swung his fists like a boxer. A bench clearing was staged in which players from both teams joined in, and the game was stopped for 15 minutes.

Anderson and Ramirez, who were severely punished, immediately filed an objection to the MLB Secretariat.

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