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Sports MLB hands down suspensions, fines after Reds-Cubs benches-clearing incident

22:36  01 september  2020
22:36  01 september  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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MLB handed down suspensions and fines on Monday after the Reds ' and Cubs ' benches cleared during a shouting match on Saturday. Major League Baseball announced suspensions Monday after a bench - clearing incident in the second game of a doubleheader Sunday between the

Major League Baseball announced disciplines for members of the Cincinnati Reds and Chicago Cubs following The incident resulted in five players ejected in the second game of the doubleheader that day. He has received a one-game suspension and a fine for "the benches - clearing incident and

Major League Baseball announced suspensions Monday after a bench-clearing incident in the second game of a doubleheader Sunday between the Cincinnati Reds and Chicago Cubs, in which five people were ejected.

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Reds manager David Bell has received a one-game suspension and an undisclosed fine for the actions of his club during the benches - clearing incident Cubs coach Mike Borzello has received a one-game suspension and an undisclosed fine for excessive arguing, using inappropriate language

Reds manager David Bell and outfielder Jesse Winker each drew one-game suspensions that will be served Monday night when Cincinnati plays the St. Louis Cardinals, as well as undisclosed fines. Winker has the option to appeal the suspension.

Nick Castellanos, Joey Votto are posing for a picture: Benches clear in the fourth inning of Game 2 between the Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds. © Jim Owens, USA TODAY Sports Benches clear in the fourth inning of Game 2 between the Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds.

Cubs coach Mike Borzello was also suspended one game and fined. The suspension will be served Tuesday night when the Cubs play the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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Reds first baseman Joey Votto was not suspended but received an undisclosed fine for leaving the bench and inciting during the incident, which happened in the fourth inning of Saturday night's game.

MLB's senior vice president of baseball operations, Chris Young, announced the suspensions in a news release.

The matter started after Reds starting pitcher Tejay Antone threw a 96-mph fastball that sailed over Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo's head in the fourth inning.

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"That's not a slip, that's not a miss, that's not a grab-some-rosin slip," Cubs manager David Ross said after the game. "That was intentional. There's no doubt in my mind about that."

In the first game of the doubleheader, Rizzo hit a pair of home runs and had doubled in his first at-bat of the second game.

“My ball was running a little bit more today, which isn’t a problem," Antone said after the game. "I know a lot of people are saying it was intentional – it wasn’t. I was trying to execute a fastball up-and-in to him.”

Antone said he spoke with Rizzo after the game to tell him the pitch was not intentional.

The umpires huddled and issued warnings to both benches. After explaining the warnings to managers from both teams, home plate umpire Nic Lentz ejected Cubs catching coach Borzello from the dugout. Ross came out of the dugout to argue and was ejected. 

In the bottom half of the fourth, Cubs reliever Adbert Alzolay threw a high fastball to Reds outfielder Shogo Akiyama, though it wasn't as high as the pitch to Rizzo. Votto and Cubs outfielder Kyle Schwarber exchanged words from their dugouts. 

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Major League Baseball disciplined three members of the Cincinnati Reds and one from the Chicago Cubs in response to a benches - clearing incident between the teams in the fourth inning of the second game of a doubleheader Saturday night. FILE PHOTO: MLB : Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati Reds .

Two days after a benches - clearing incident broke out between the Pirates and Reds at Great American The Reds and Cubs have publicly taken issue with Pittsburgh’s tendency to pitch up and in, and Dietrich The six suspended players and both managers were also hit with undisclosed fines .

Rizzo, who was on the field at the time, exchanged words with Bell, prompting both benches to clear. There was no pushing or punches thrown, just words exchanged along the first-base line.

Contributing: Bobby Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: MLB hands down suspensions, fines after Reds-Cubs benches-clearing incident


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