May 26, 2022

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Three Blue Jays Ejected After Yankees' Josh Donaldson Injured

Three Blue Jays Ejected After Yankees’ Josh Donaldson Injured

After five quiet rounds, the Yankees’ offense exploded in the bottom of the sixth and some fireworks against the Blue Jays followed.

Leftist Yossi Kikuchi scored in Toronto a sixth, while the Yankees trailed 3-0. DJ LeMahieu doubled and Aaron Judge followed suit with single. After Anthony Rizzo’s run over Kikuchi’s night, Yemi Garcia’s Giancarlo Stanton relegated to the short balcony in right field to equalize.

Charlie Montoyo, manager of the Blue Jays, argues with referees Alfonso Marquez (72) and Lance Barrett after sending off bowler Yemi Garcia.
Charles Wenselberg/New York Post
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Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo argues with the stewards after they fired Blue Jays coach Pete Walker and bowler Yemi Garcia.
Charles Wenselberg/New York Post

Garcia then drilled Josh Donaldson at 94 mph. Donaldson walked first and after a little delay met the stewards and after a short discussion, they threw Garcia – angering the right hand and most of the Blue Jays bunker. When head coach Charlie Montoyo tried to calm the situation, shooting coach Pete Walker was thrown as well.

Garcia was not sent off with a warning on a cold night in the Bronx, which may have affected his grip on the ball.

Montoyo was sent off in the seventh inning after complaining about the Yankees’ failure to warn after Jonathan Loasega threw a pitch and ran into Bo Bichette.

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