St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Myles Mikolas was disciplined.
The Major League Baseball Secretariat announced on the 29th (Korea Standard Time) that Michael Hill was suspended from five games and fined under the name of senior vice president of game management.
Mikolas was sent off for throwing a 스포츠토토 threatening ball to opposing batter Ian Hep during the top of the first inning of the home game against the Chicago Cubs the previous day.
The situation was like this. In the previous game, St. Louis catcher Wilson Contreras was hit in the head by Hep’s swing and replaced.
Hep and Contreras hugged each other and created a warm scene, but Michaelas, who was on the mound, had a different idea. In the match that followed, he threw a threatening ball toward his body in two consecutive pitches and eventually hit his body in the second pitch.
Judging that his threatening ball was highly retaliatory, the referee ordered him to leave immediately. The secretariat also took disciplinary action, judging that his threatening ball was intentional.
Mikolas appealed the disciplinary action. The disciplinary action will not be taken until the appeal process is completed.
St. Louis manager Oliver Marmall was suspended for one game and fined for taking responsibility for Mikolas’ actions. Mamol will face disciplinary action against the Cubs in a home game.