"shut up, shut up fat boy, shut up" -Blue Jays manager John Schneider, not sure who's talking to tho lol pic.twitter.com/JAMJnPYuMB
— gabe (@PlayoffTanaka_) May 16, 2023
Domingo German has been ejected from the game pic.twitter.com/LHskZNpPIH
— Dillard Barnhart (@BarnHasSpoken2) May 17, 2023
Quite a game for Looney Dog night at the Rogers Centre.
In the world of professional sports, heated rivalries and intense emotions are commonplace. The Toronto Blue Jays and the New York Yankees, had a hilarious exchange today when Blue Jays manager John Schneider’s hurled a school yard insult towards a Yankees player when he called him ‘Fat Boy’. On top of all of that Yankees pitcher Domingo German was ejected for using foreign substances. Let’s delve into the details and explore the implications of these events.
Fat Boy Gate
During the game, John Schneider, known for his passionate approach to managing, directed a derogatory remark towards a player on the opposing team, referring to him as “fat boy.”
You love to see it. The Yankees are cheaters and John has had enough. Judge was hitting tipped pitches and now Domingo German.
Domingo German’s Foreign Substances Ejection
Domingo German, a pitcher for the New York Yankees, was ejected from the game for using foreign substances on the baseball. Major League Baseball (MLB) has been cracking down on the use of foreign substances by pitchers, aiming to preserve the integrity of the game and ensure fair competition.
German’s ejection highlighted the ongoing battle between pitchers seeking to gain an advantage and the MLB’s efforts to maintain a level playing field. The use of foreign substances, such as sticky substances or grip enhancers, has been a long-standing issue in the sport, with pitchers arguing that it helps them improve control and prevent injuries. However, the league has taken a firm stance, imposing stricter penalties and monitoring mechanisms to deter such practice.
What a wild hot dog night.