Originally posted on CLNS Radio  |  Last updated 7/29/13
(Joy R. Absalon, USA TODAY Sports) According to a report from CBSBoston.com, Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz will not be suspended for his outburst in Baltimore Saturday night. There was talk that he could be fined or suspended following his tirade on Saturday, but per Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, that will not be the case.   After reviewing the situation today, MLB has decided not to suspend David Ortiz for his dugout tirade according to a source. Ortiz was ejected from the game after making his feelings known to home plate umpire Tim Timmons. He was very upset after a questionable strike call on a 3-0 count and after striking out that at-bat, he yelled at Timmons and was ejected on his way back to the dugout. He showed two dugout phones no mercy, smashing them with his bat and then he charged the field where he was held back by manager John Farrell and bench coach Torey Lovullo. Ortiz said after the game that he felt “disrespected.” “I got 17 years in the league, and I don...
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