Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado‘s charcterised second-base arrangement during Wednesday’s Game 2 held a eye of a Boston Red Sox, with pitching manager Dana LeVangie observant they believed Machado was perplexing to send pitches.
“Was it a small exaggerated? Yeah, maybe, though we saw a whole thing,” LeVangie told Bleacher Report. “I had told Alex [Cora] we wanted to go [to a mound] before a [Yasiel] Puig at-bat since we wanted to speak about some things.”
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After reaching second bottom in a fourth inning, Machado seemed to send signals to Enrique Hernandez and Puig by touching his helmet, jersey or pants.
David Price struck out Hernandez though gave adult an RBI singular to Puig. LeVangie told Bleacher Report that he didn’t wish to use a pile revisit to idea Price in on Machado’s antics and hurt a Red Sox lefty’s movement after a strikeout. LeVangie did go to a pile after Puig’s hit.
“We had a conversation,” LeVangie said. “I don’t wish to get into a inlet of it, though we brought adult accurately what you’re articulate about. we let it get in my approach — since of a strikeout, we didn’t go out there [earlier]. we was so pissed that we didn’t.”
There are no manners opposite runners promulgation signs to batters, and LeVangie remarkable that it was on Price and catcher Christian Vazquez to be some-more careful.
Machado formerly drew headlines this postseason when he ran into Milwaukee Brewers initial baseman Jesus Aguilar during a National League Championship Series. Machado’s charcterised celebrations have also drawn inspection and regard from ball fans.
A source told ESPN that Machado was fined for a collision with Aguilar.