“It’s unfair”… Suspicion of fraudulent pitching Suspicion, eventually suspended for 10G

New York Mets Max Scherzer (39) was suspended for 10 games for violating the foreign object ban rule.

On the 21st, the MLB Office imposed a fine along with a 10-game suspension for Scherzer for violating the foreign object ban rule.

Scherzer started in an away game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on the 20th, but withdrew after pitching only four innings. He was instructed to change his glove in the bottom of the third inning after a routine foreign object inspection by umpire Dan Bellino in the bottom of the second. Scherzer picked up another glove and continued pitching.

However, when Scherzer climbed the mound again at the end of the 4th inning with the glove he had used for the first time, the referees stopped him. Scherzer was ejected after protesting that it was nothing but a mixture of rosin and sweat.토토사이트

At the time, the referee raised the issue that Scherzer’s hands were exceptionally sticky, and Scherzer complained of his injustice. “I swear on my children,” Scherzer said in an interview after the game, “I didn’t use anything but rosin. He didn’t use anything else. It’s sticky because sweat and rosin clump together.” However, as a result of a later review, the MLB Office issued a disciplinary suspension.

With Justin Verlander already out due to an injury, the New York Mets are in an emergency for mound operation.

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