Aaron Judge criticizes Yankee team player Josh Donaldson for calling Chicago White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson a “jockey”, which is a game suspension and penalty for reference to Jackie Robinson.
“This is a difficult thing to do,” the judge said Monday Defeat to Baltimore 6-4 Saturday’s incident in The Bronx led to the suspension.
“Whether it’s a joke or not, I do not think it’s the right thing to do there,” Judge Donaldson said, referring to the black man’s repeated calling Anderson a “jockey.” When the teams met in Chicago last weekend they almost fought.
“Historically, especially the series in Chicago and the little bit of beef between Anderson and [Donaldson], ” Said the judge. “Anderson is one of the best shortstops of the game and a big part of the MLB, and how we can develop the game. [Donaldson] A game suspension தெரியாது I do not know. He made a mistake, who owns it, and we must move forward.
Referring to the Sports Illustrated article for 2019, Anderson said, “I feel like Jackie Robinson today,” and the judge said Donaldson spoke to the panel in an attempt to explain his behavior.
But even if the judge seems willing to leave the controversy in the past, it cannot be forgotten.
“He’s a pro,” Judge Donaldson said. “He talked to all of us and filled us in on what he was referring to. However, I do not think this is the right move.
The judge repeated, “It’s time to move on.”
“We are grown human beings,” he said. “He owns what he did. Especially when we’re playing games every day. That’s all you can hear. You can not sit here and have a lot of fun. ிறீர்கள் You learn from it when you make a mistake.
Aaron Boone did not agree with the MLB’s decision to ban Donaldson, but said he valued the league’s process.
“They did their due diligence and made a tough call,” the manager said. “I do not agree with that. I think this does not guarantee suspension.
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