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Seattle Marinersand Los Angeles Angels officials exchanged thorns following a fierce Sunday brawl, leaving eight out of the game.
The Mariners said Andrew Wantz's hit by pitch, which hit batter Jesse Winker, is part of the way back to the team for a hit by pitch approaching Mike Trout's head hit on Saturday night. I thought. Seattle manager Scott Survey thought that theangel using the openerin Wants sent the message. Wants also threw the pitch behind Julio Rodriguez.
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Seattle Mariners J.P. Crawford, left after Seattle Mariners' Jesse Winker hit the pitch , Los Angeles Angels Several Members Struggle Sunday, June 26, 2022, during the second inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, California. (AP Photo / Mark J. Terrill)
"That probably won't happen in the game. What happened today. Emotions are uplifting. But it was pretty clear what was going on. They switched and put an opener in it and threw the ball out of control. From there, and a kind of black eye. " ..
Wants was so excited that he claimed that the opening ceremony was off.
"I was pretty excited about the first start, and the first kind just ran away from me," Wants told reporters,via MLB.com"I was sweating. That's the first day game I pitched in. That's it. Winker's second game was just putting a cut fastball inside and yanking it. That's what I say. It's all you have to do. "
Angels' interim manager, Phil Nevin, fought for the team's rivalry and the number of games played in such a short period of time. The Angels and Mariners played eight games in 11 days.
June 26, 2022; Anaheim, California, USA The Los Angeles Angels and Seattle Mariners cleared the bench during two scuffles at Angel Stadium. (Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports)
"See, you play eight games in a week against the same team, this Something like that happens, "Nevin said. "Unfortunately, the schedule, the tension, it's baseball. Sometimes there are ugly incidents. I think that's what happened today."
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Marco Gonzales, close to the Mariners, said throwing behind the Dodgers was a "classless" move.
"It's classless to base Tyinglan on the kid Julio to throw what happened when he was trying to win the ball game last night in the ninth inning. Pitcher before the game. It's clear. The intention is clear, "Gonzales said.
After the winker was beaten, the video showed that the winker and the injured Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon invaded it. While the cast was to the right, Rendon pressed the turn signal against his face with his left hand.
Seattle Mariners Jesse Winker, Right, Justin Upton On Sunday, June 26, 2022, during the second inning of a baseball game in Anaheim, California, he shook his jaw with his fans after a quarrel between Mariners and members of the Los Angeles Angels. The fight began after the winker hit the pitch. (AP Photo / Mark J. Terrill)
A punch was thrown between the players on both sides. Players and coaches were separated from each other, but others were fighting for more fights. For some time it was thought that cooler heads prevailed, but players on both sides began pushing and pushing each other again.
Winker threw a middle finger salute to the Angels fans when he returned to his dugout. Angels pitcher Raisel Iglesias was also sent off. Before he left the bargain, Iglesias confirmed that he would launch sunflower seeds into the fields.
Winker said he only apologized for betraying his fans.
June 26, 2022; Anaheim, California, USA Seattle Mariners strength coach James Clifford beats center-fielder Julio Rodríguez # 44 on a bench that clears the Los Angeles Angels in two innings at Angel Stadium.(Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports)
"The only thing I apologize for is turning off the fans," he said. "That's it. As fans, they spend hard earned money to come to see us play games, and they didn't deserve it, so I'm a fan, especially I apologize to women and children. "
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The Angels won the game 2-1.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Ryan Gaydos is a sports editor for Fox News and Fox Business. You can send story tips to Ryan.Gaydos@fox.com.