Rendon, who grabbed a crowd by the collar, was punished for 5 games → 4 games

Los Angeles Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon has been disciplined for colliding with spectators while exiting the game.

Major League Baseball announced on the 4th (Korean time) that Rendon was suspended for five games and fined in the name of Michael Hill, senior vice president of field operations.

Later, in an interview with local media such as the ‘Orange County Register’, Rendon said that the disciplinary action had already been reduced to 4 games through the appeal process. On this day, he digests the disciplinary action from the game.

Rendon collided with a fan as he entered the clubhouse after the season opener against the Oakland Athletics at Ring Central Coliseum in Oakland, Calif., on March 31.

According to a video circulating on social media, Rendon reached over the fence, grabbed a fan by the collar, and punched him in an altercation. The reason was that he cursed at himself, but the fan denied it to the end. The fan did not fit his fist. 바카라사이트

All Angels decision makers, including Rendon himself and head coach Phil Nevin, avoided commenting on the matter. The reason was an ongoing investigation by the Secretariat, and a disciplinary action was announced.

Auckland police are said to be investigating the matter, raising concerns that they may face judicial penalties.

However, judicial punishment appears to be avoidable. Rendon said in an interview with the local media that day that he had a conversation with the fan he had collided with and they apologized to each other.

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