The Cincinnati Redskins outfielder Nick Castellanos was suspended for two games due to Saturday’s action, which led to a bench spat with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Castellanos, who appealed the suspension, was not the only player to be punished because he and the other five were also fined.
The play actually started on Thursday on the opening day, when the Red Army’s right fielder hit a home run, jumped out of the box, and then threw the bat. After a day off on Friday, in the fourth game of Saturday’s game, Castillanos was hit by a pitch from Cardinals substitute Jake Woodford.
Castellanos did not receive a heavy blow, took the ball back and offered to throw it back to Woodford before kicking it out of the field. When Castellanos scored on the wild court in the following game, he slipped and hit Woodford, who screened at home plate, then stood up and turned towards The pitcher yelled and bent in front of him.
When Castellanos started to walk away, the catcher Yadier Molina rushed up and patted him from behind. The stool and bullpen were emptied. When the referee team leader Jim Reynolds said that Castellanos was “re-throwing in an unnecessary way” after he slipped into the house, only Castellanos was killed. pop up.
Castellanos said after winning 9-6 on Saturday: “I am not here to disrespect anyone or anyone, but I want to win.”
St. Louis manager Mike Shildt has a different view.
Hilde said: “There is no need to stand in front of others and mock others.”
This report uses information from the Associated Press.