During yesterday’s Cardinals-Reds game St. Louis first baseman Matt Adams went into the crowd while pursuing a foul ball. He missed the catch and then frustratedly shoved a Reds fan in the chest with his glove.
It wasn’t exactly a huge incident, although the Reds fan in question apparently had just undergone knee surgery (he also gave Adams the middle finger). However, according to Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post Dispatch “the commissioner’s office is reviewing video and information about what happened.”
Here’s video of the whole thing, so you can do the same:
It’s hard to imagine Adams being disciplined for that, but who knows.
There was some thought that Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton would soon be activated from the injured list. Stanton has been out since the beginning of April due to biceps and shoulder injuries. It will be a little while longer.
The Yankees announced on Wednesday that Stanton’s rehab has been halted due to tightness in his left calf. Stanton was scratched from Tuesday’s rehab game with High-A Tampa due to tightness around his left calf and knee, so this news didn’t pop up out of nowhere.
Stanton recorded a pair of singles and seven walks in 15 trips to the plate in the only three games he played this season, all against the Orioles. Durability has always been a concern for the 29-year-old, but he managed to play in 159 games for the Marlins in 2017 and 158 for the Yankees last year. He’s in the fifth year of a 13-year, $325 million contract originally signed with the Marlins.