Los Angeles Angels’ Anthony Rendon (33) was suspended for five games for inappropriate behavior towards a fan.
MLB.com, the official major league media, said on the 4th (Korean time), “Angels third baseman Rendon was suspended for five games and an undisclosed fine for fan-related behavior in a game against the Oakland Athletics on the 31st of last month. The Angels have said that Rendon will be appealing the suspension, which means Rendon can play in the series against the Seattle Mariners at T-Mobile Park.”
Rendon is a special third baseman with a batting average of 2.84 (1138 hits in 4002 bats), 156 homers, 636 RBIs, and an OPS of .846 in 1075 major league games. In the 2020 season, he signed a 7-year, $245 million (approximately 320.8 billion won) contract with the Angels. 온라인카지노
American media Yahoo Sports said, “This incident happened after Oakland defeated the Angels 2-1 in the season opener and remained on video. Rendon got into an argument with a fan in the stands as he walked off the pitch. In the video, Rendon was seen reaching into the stands and grabbing a fan’s shirt.”
In the video, Rendon lashes out at a fan with a mixture of profanity. Yahoo Sports said, “Rendon then swept his hand toward the fan’s face. There was no direct contact with the fans. It’s unclear what happened prior to the video, and it’s difficult to understand the fan reaction to Rendon. Major League Baseball is investigating the incident.” “Rendon told reporters the following day that he continued to refuse to comment on the incident as the case was being investigated by the MLB Secretariat,” it added.