Max Scherzer (New York Mets), who was sent off for a foreign object inspection by the referee, was suspended for an additional 10 games. It’s a lightning bolt to the New York Mets’ starting rotation. 

On the 21st (Korean time), the MLB Secretariat announced Scherzer’s 10-game suspension. The secretariat said, “We reviewed all related videos and reports, including reports from the umpire crew led by team leader Dan Bellino. Despite receiving a warning early in the game requiring equipment replacement, Scherzer banned foreign objects in the 4th inning official baseball rules. has been found to have violated the 

Scherzer pitched as a starting pitcher in a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers held at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California on the 20th,토토사이트 but was ejected due to a foreign substance in his glove.  

Scherzer, who had played well through the third inning with one hit, two walks, and three strikeouts, received an exit order from referee Phil Coogee while undergoing a foreign substance test prior to pitching in the fourth inning. Scherzer harshly protested that it was ‘sweat and rosin’, not foreign substances, but it was not accepted. 

In this game, Scherzer was ordered to change his glove even before the 4th inning because foreign substances were suspected. said, “Shurzer had his glove checked in the second inning. In the third inning, the referee ordered the glove to be changed. The referees stopped Scherzer from appearing in the 4th inning, and after a fierce argument, Scherzer was ejected.”  

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