As Hyun-jin Ryu (36, Toronto Blue Jays) tries to get his first win back, the Cleveland Cavaliers have a new variable. The team is without its manager after a brawl. Jose Ramirez, 30, who threw the punch, will be reinstated to the game on appeal.
Major League Baseball announced discipline for the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox on Monday after a bench-clearing brawl. The two teams were involved in a sixth-inning brawl at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio, which resulted in a total of eight managers, coaches, and players being sanctioned that day.
Shortstop Tim Anderson (White Sox) and third baseman Ramirez (Cleveland) were suspended for six and three games, respectively, and fined an undisclosed amount. The two players were at the center of a scuffle at second base in the sixth inning.
Cleveland pitcher Emmanuel Clasé also received a one-game suspension and a fine, while Cleveland outfielder Gabriel Arias was fined without suspension.
There were also penalties for managers and coaches. Cleveland manager Terry Francona, White Sox manager Pedro Griffol, and Cleveland third base coach Chris Sabo were also suspended for one game and fined an undisclosed amount for their roles in the verbal confrontation during the bench clearing.
Francona will serve his suspension by sitting out today’s home game against Toronto at Progressive Field. Unlike managers and coaches, players who can appeal their suspensions are eligible to play until the process is complete.카지노사이트
While Klassen has not appealed, Ramirez and Anderson have decided to appeal and will play today. Ramirez is in the starting lineup against Toronto, batting third and playing third base. Ryu is the No. 1 target to watch out for.
Cleveland’s starting lineup is Steven Kahn (left field), Andres Jimenez (second base), Ramirez (third base), Oscar Gonzalez (designated hitter), Cole Calhoun (right field), Arias (first base), Brian Rocchio (shortstop), Myles Straw (center field) and Bo Naylor (catcher). The starting pitcher is rookie right-hander Gavin Williams.
Toronto, which started Ryu, went with Davis Schneider (left field), Brandon Belt (designated hitter), Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (first base), George Springer (right field), Danny Jansen (catcher), Matt Chapman (third base), Dalton Bashaw (center field), Cavan Biggio (second base) and Paul DeJong (shortstop). Jansen, Ryu’s designated hitter, is back in the lineup after shaking off a wrist injury.