Philadelphia manager Phyllis Gabe Capler was not pleased to see that Ris Hoskins was hit high on Sunday's 5-1 victory over the Atlanta Brawls.
"This really upset me when the balls knock out Ris Hoskins," said Capsler, who called Hawkins "Phyllis's heartbeat."
Brawls manager Brian Snicker said Carl was not deliberately trying to hit Hoskins "If Bryce [Harper] did not hit Homer and the ball has disappeared as it is, I'm sure it would not be thrown away," said Snicker, quoted by Athletic. – He's not trying to hit the man. God, it's just not the situation you're doing. He lost the ball and unfortunately hit him. I hate this. There is no way in hell to try to send a message or something like that. That's when a ball escapes. "
Two levels, after Harper is linked to his solo home, escaped from Shane Carl in the seventh inning, left shoulder
Platinum Judge Rob Drake immediately discarded Carl, and after the game he left before the media were put into the club of Braves