When Winker approached the Angels’ lair, the seats were cleaned as the fight erupted for four minutes and the match was delayed by about 18 minutes.
Angels interim manager Phil Nevin received the longest suspension in 10 matches after throwing Wantz at Winker, an incident that followed earlier warnings.
The drama began on Saturday, when Mariners player Eric Swanson nearly hit Los Angeles star Mike Trout in the head with a pitch in the ninth inning.
“If you’re going to hit me, hit me in the ribs,” trout He said After losing his team 5-3 on Saturday. “Don’t hit me on the head. I don’t know if that was the intent, but…anything in the head, you don’t.”
In the first half on Sunday, Wentz threw an inside shot at Mariners quarterback Julio Rodriguez. Wentz, who is usually loyal, started his first career on Sunday in place of Jose Suarez’s scheduled start.
Speaking to reporters before his team host the Chicago White Sox on Monday, Nevin denied using Wantz as a starter just to throw the Mariners.
“This is not realistic,” Nevin He said. But I don’t want to get into a war of words with that. What happened has happened. Yesterday is over and over. We’re focused on White Sox today.”
Winker, who was hit in the right hip with a 91-mph fastball, received a seven-game suspension after he approached the Angels’ lair despite attempts to restrain him by two referees. Some of the Angels met Winker at the top of their bunker as the Mariners stormed off the bench.
Seattle shortstop JB Crawford received a five-game suspension, and Rodriguez was suspended for two games. All three Mariners players will resume.
Third Angels Anthony Rendon and assistant shooting coach Dom Chetty each received five matches for their actions.
Rendon, A former Washington native star known about him calm demeanorHe met Winker at the top of the bunker and put his left hand in Winker’s face. Rendón suffered Right wrist injury ends the season Earlier this month he wore a splint on that wrist during a fight. He must serve his suspension after returning from the injured list but will be barred from sitting on the Angels bench for the next seven matches.
Winker, who denied intentionally hitting Winker, and Angels bowler Ryan Tebera received three suspended matches. Los Angeles player Raziel Iglesias, bench coach Ray Montgomery and interpreter Mane del Campo have been suspended from two games. Tibera and Iglesias were the only angels who appealed.
After learning he was one of eight players or coaches dismissed on Sunday, Iglesias threw a can of sunflower seeds onto the field. After returning to the lair, he tossed a tub of gum as well.
Coach Bill Haselman also received a one-game suspension.
After the quarrel, he flashed and denied his middle fingers on the stands as he walked to the Seattle hideout. The Angels won 2-1, both scoring in the seventh inning.
In support of Winker, a Mariners fan ordered a pepperoni pizza that was Delivered to the left field At the Visitors Club on Sundays.
“The only thing I will apologize for is the fans’ heart,” he denies He said after Sunday’s game. “That is. As fans, they spend their hard-earned money watching us play a match, and they don’t deserve it. So I apologize to the fans, especially the women and children.”
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