Ramirez suspension for ‘brawl’ reduced from 3 games to 2 games

Jose Ramirez (Cleveland Guardians)메이저놀이터, who had a brawl during a major league (MLB) game, has been given a lighter punishment.

ESPN reported on the 13th (Korean time) that Ramirez’ suspension was reduced from three to two.

On the 6th, a group brawl broke out in the game between Cleveland and the Chicago White Sox.

It was Ramirez and White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson who provided the excuse.

Ramirez hit a double with one out and second base in the sixth inning as Cleveland was trailing 0-5. Ramirez, who entered second base by head-first sliding, engaged in a fist fight while talking with Anderson, who came in second base cover.

They raised their fists and took a boxing stance, then punched each other. Players from both teams rushed to the ground, leading to a bench clearing, and the coaches also engaged in a war of words.

At that time, six people were ordered to leave.

On the 8th, the MLB Secretariat issued a heap of discipline to players, managers, and coaches involved in the brawl. Ramirez, who threw a fist first, was suspended for 6 games, and Ramirez was also suspended for 3 games.

Ramirez’s punishment was reduced to two games as both appealed.

Ramirez, who played until the Tampa Bay race on the 12th, cannot participate until the 14th following this day.

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