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SportDodgers take issue with Hector Neris staring into dugout after save

00:40  19 july  2019
00:40  19 july  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Sure the Dodgers ’ dugout was excited. But that’s to be expected after dropping six runs before a single out was recorded in the ninth inning. PHILADELPHIA -- Phillies manager Gabe Kapler still has confidence in Hector Neris . He just might not turn to the right-hander in a save situation on Saturday

MLB announced Wednesday that Phillies reliever Hector Neris has been suspended three games for throwing at the head area of David Freese of the Dodgers Neris and Gabe Kapler were both ejected after the pitch in an eventual 9-8 Phillies win. In the teams' series opener on Monday night, Phillies

Several members of the Los Angeles Dodgers took issue with Hector Neris’ behavior after the Philadelphia Phillies won Thursday’s game 7-6 to earn a split in their four-game series.

Neris, who blew a save in the Phillies’ win on Tuesday night, entered the ninth with a 7-5 lead. He allowed a two-out home run to Alex Verdugo but got Justin Turner to fly out to end the game.

According to Dodger Talk host David Vassegh, Neris stared into the Dodgers’ dugout after the final out.

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Philadelphia Phillies' Hector Neris reacts after a strike out during a baseball game against the Phillies' Bryce Harper walks back to the dugout after striking out against Dodgers relief pitcher Yimi Dodgers : INF/OF Chris Taylor was placed on the injured list with a fractured left forearm after being

Neris was ejected after hitting pinch-hitter David Freese in the back with the next pitch after Beaty Bryce Harper celebrates after hitting a game-winning two-run double off Los Angeles Dodgers “ Taking a player out of the lineup in a punitive way is not my natural way of handling these type of

You can see the Dodgers’ reaction to Neris:

Neris received a three-game suspension for hitting David Freese with a pitch on Tuesday night, seemingly because he was upset about surrendering a home run to Matt Beaty. He seemed to have an inexplicable attitude with the Dodgers.

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Neris blew his third save of the season to cost Nola his ninth win. Dylan Covey (1-5) couldn't overcome command issues after being activated off the injured list before the game. As Braun crossed the plate, the Brewers charged out of the dugout after Gamel to celebrate. Giants starter Madison Bumgarner showed no effects of taking a line drive off his pitching elbow in his previous start.

Hector Neris blew the save Tuesday night. Neris threw 11 splitters Tuesday and seven of them were ineffective, flattening out with horizontal movement. When the pitch flattens out as it has lately, it either catches too much plate or becomes a relatively easy take for a left-handed hitter.

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Dodgers take issue with Hector Neris staring into dugout after save

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