Los Angeles Dodgers Yasiel Puig has been dangling one diversion and fined by Major League Baseball for creation an pornographic gesticulate to Indians fans on Tuesday night.
Puig flashed a center finger on both hands during fans sitting behind home image during Progressive Field in Cleveland after attack a home run in a second inning. Baseball executive Joe Torre announced a one-game chastisement and undisclosed fine.
Puig is appealing a preference and will play Wednesday night. The fickle actor pronounced he “stooped” to a turn of fans who he pronounced were heckling him in a on-deck circle. Puig pronounced that a organisation of fans kept articulate to him after a home run.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts spoke with Puig about a occurrence Wednesday. The manager addressed a media before a cessation was announced.
“I done it transparent we was not gratified with what he did,” Roberts said. “He understands how we felt — and he won’t do it again. To have us articulate about pornographic gestures, we don’t wish to do that and he doesn’t wish to do that.”
Roberts pronounced Puig regretted a incident.
“It’s something that he wishes didn’t happen,” Roberts said. “He didn’t conclude what was being said, and he reacted.”
The cessation is a latest occurrence involving Puig, who has attempted a Dodgers’ calm with prior behavior.
Puig got dual hits in a Dodgers’ 7-5 win over a Indians.
Roberts played in a majors for 10 years and realizes there’s a give-and-take with fans. “You possibly have fun with it, that is what we attempted to do, or maybe we go behind a small with them to try and win them over,” he said. “But sometimes, when it is in bad taste, we get emotional.”