Why are your eyes on the dugout Judge’s suspicious behavior
New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge’s suspicious behavior has come under fire.
Jersey started as the third right fielder in an away game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 16th (Korea Standard Time) and led his team to a 7-4 victory with two hits (two home runs), three walks, and three RBIs.
He hit two home runs in the first and eighth innings. The season’s home run record has increased to 10
An interesting scene came in the eighth inning, just before hitting a home run. He was watching a pitcher just before hitting and suddenly turned his eyes to see his team’s dugout on the first base side.
Immediately after such an action came out, suspicions grew as a home run came out. It was enough to raise suspicions that he/she had committed an “incomplete act” such as stealing autographs.
Buck Martinez and Dan Schulman, who are in charge of broadcasting their opponents Toronto, expressed strong questions about his actions, saying, “It’s not just one or two times now.”
“He saw ‘something,'” Martinez said. And then he went over the middle fence with a power swing. It’s a scene that’s never been seen before in him. “I’ve never seen it before,” he said, raising suspicions.
Toronto coach John Schneider also joined the procession. In an interview with local media such as “MLB.com ,” he said, “It is strange that the batter is looking in that direction. “I must have looked there for some reason,” he said. He added that the club will investigate “that it is not a suspicious act.”
Jersey explained in an interview with local media such as “Sportsnet” that it was a signal to alert colleagues. He explained that he warned his teammates because they were talking in the dugout with a 6-0 lead 바카라사이트
The Yankees hit the same eight hits as Toronto, but three of them led to home runs and caught Toronto.
Toronto starter Alec Manoa was sluggish with six hits, two home runs, seven walks, three strikeouts and five runs in four innings