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You never know what you’re going to get when the Boston Red Sox face the New York Yankees. But if Alex Rodriguez is involved, it will be interesting. On ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball, Red Sox hurler Ryan Dempster went right after Rodriguez. Not over the plate, but behind him, two off the plate in, then in the ribs (on a 3-0 pitch, of course). Watch (courtesy ESPN via YouTube/Sportsawesomeness): Yankees skipper Joe Girardi wasted no time protesting the clear intent, and dutifully was thrown the shower by home plate umpire Brian O’Nora (who warned both teams immediately). Girardi did what a manager was supposed to do, protecting his players at all cost. Not sure why Dempster wasn’t ejected as he blatantly threw at Alex several times. The Yankees plated two in the inning, and then Rodriguez exacted a measure of revenge by taking Demspter deep in the 6th inning (giving a slight glare to the pitcher as he neared second base. No other bean ball retaliation from the Bronx Bombers, a retaliation would clearly be an ejection, so we might see something in the later innings with less to impose upon the bullpen. You can’t script this stuff, folks. - David Whitlock Be sure to like our Facebook Page Or follow us on Twitter - David Whitlock Follow @lhd_on_sports - Blog Follow @RBTS_baseball - Sports-Kings Follow @realsportskings The post Ryan Dempster takes aim at Alex Rodriguez, succeeds on fourth pitch appeared first on Reading Between The Seams.
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Boston Red Sox’ pitcher Ryan Dempster intentionally plunked the often controversial Alex Rodriguez, a move that incensed Yankees Manager Joe Girardi leading to his ejection. Dempster threw behind A-Rod in the first pitch of the at bat, then proceeded to throw 2 more pitches inside for balls leading up to the plunking. The fourth pitch of the at bat Dempster made no mistake drilling...
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it is now being reported that Alex Rodriguez's attorneys are preparing a medical malpractice lawsuit against New York Yankees team doctor Chris Ahmad.
Red Sox pitcher Ryan Dempster wasn’t ejected from Sunday night’s game against the Yankees, even after he appeared to throw at Alex Rodriguez multiple times before plunking the Yankees third baseman on a 3-0 pitch. Dempster wasn’t as lucky, however, when it came to discipline from the league.
Major League Baseball announced Tuesday that Dempster has been suspended five games...
Major League Baseball is brilliant. Alex Rodriguez hired famous New York City defense attorney Joe Tacopina to represent him, who scheduled an appearance on NBC's Today Show and sat down with Matt Lauer. Tacopina showed up prepared to challenge baseball to waive the confidentiality agreement and said: If the Vice...
These are some serious allegations.
A-Rod's new lawyer tells NY Times that team told doctor operating on him to make sure he never gets on the field again. Yanks deny charge.
— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) August 17, 2013
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Major League Baseball let Boston Red Sox pitcher Ryan Dempster know they'll handle Alex Rodriguez's punishment on their own with no need for vigilante acts suspending Dempster five games for intentionally hitting the New York Yankees slugger Sunday night.
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Ryan Dempster plunked Alex Rodriguez during the Yankees vs Red Sox game. Joe Girardi was not happy at all, eventually being tossed from the game.
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This Red Sox fan was publicly shamed following his cameo appearance during the Red Sox-Yankees game on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball this weekend. Not only does he proclaim Alex Rodriguez to be a “looser” but the icing on the cake is the absolutely unnecessary t-period o-period at the top. Be better than this, Boston. [pic via @CJZero] The post This Red Sox fan needs some serious...
I rarely post anything that isn’t Mets related, but I hope people had a chance to watch yesterday’s game between the Yankees and Red Sox in Fenway Park. Another chapter was written into one of the most storied rivalries in sports.
In the second inning, Alex Rodriguez walked to the plate engulfed in a tidal wave of boos to face Ryan Dempster. Fans started chanting “You’re...
Ryan Dempster you lose.
ESPN is reporting that Red Sox pitcher Ryan Dempster has been suspended five games for throwing at Alex Rodriguez over the weekend.
Ryan Dempster five-game suspension for throwing at A-Rod. #yankees #redsox
— Adam Rubin (@AdamRubinESPN) August 20, 2013
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