December 4, 2022

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White Sox, Yankees clear seats in the Bronx

White Sox, Yankees clear seats in the Bronx

NEW YORK – Nerves broke out between the Yankees and the White Sox on a steamy afternoon in the Bronx on Saturday, with both the seats and the Bulls emptying in the fifth inning after New York. Josh Donaldson and Chicago Yasmani Grandal Exchange words in the home board.

The seats were warned after the accident, as no punches were thrown and the parcel was not released.

With Donaldson and Grandal separated, clubs huddled at home for several minutes, with White Sox coach Tony LaRosa and Yankees manager Aaron Boone requesting clarifications from local team referee Nick Maherley.

The Donaldson-Grandahl dust was followed by a similar jaw-dropping match between Donaldson and the White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson After the third inning, leading the players to break up as the Yankees left the field.

Anderson also engaged in the fifth chatter, running from his position toward the home plate before being tied up by his Chicago teammates. Jose Abreu And javen leaves.

The third Donaldson/Anderson fireworks was a callback to the May 13 game between the White Sox and the Yankees at Guaranteed Rate Field. Both seats cleared after playing the first half at third base that day, with Anderson pushing Donaldson after he was flagged down.

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