MLB Rumors: White Sox’s Tim Anderson Suspended For ‘Racially Charged’ Language

MLB Rumors: White Sox’s Tim Anderson Suspended For ‘Racially Charged’ Language

MLB Rumors: White Sox’s Tim Anderson Suspended For ‘Racially Charged’ Language

During Anderson's next trip to the plate, Keller pegged him with the aforementioned fastball. Anderson hit a home run, then responded by tossing his bat and appearing to yell towards his bench. Anderson will sit out Friday's game between the White Sox and Detroit Tigers. Anderson is suspended for one game for the language used during the benches clearing, ESPN's Jeff Passan reported.

There were four ejections - Anderson, Keller, Renteria and Sveum.

The incident has sparked league-wide debate about the ethics and consequences of bat-flipping, but has above all else further mystified the oft-coined, heavily marketed approach of "letting the kids play", with Anderson's suspension in particular receiving backlash.

Keller was hit with a five-game suspension and is appealing.

As division rivals, Anderson and the White Sox will meet the Royals 13 more times throughout the 2019 regular season.

That night, Major League Baseball's Twitter account showed support for Anderson's demonstration of emotion following his home run.

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When the tempers cooled, Perez and Anderson shook hands.

Anderson also has a history with crew chief Joe West, who he called "terrible" after getting tossed from a game against the crosstown Cubs in September. Perez said Anderson had hollered a few weeks earlier when he homered twice on opening day.

There are other black players on the White Sox, men from the Dominican Republic whose treatment based on their dark skin has an entirely unique history of its own.

'Get him out. You want him to not do that? "I can't place a limit on anybody's personalities", Renteria said.

"'He just got excited and said, 'Get your team back, get your team in the dugout", Sveum said. At one point, it looked like managers Ned Yost and Rick Renteria were about to go at it.

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