For the second time this week, umpires have caught a New York Yankees hurler using a foreign substance.
During Friday’s contest between the Yankees and Cincinnati Reds, umpires found something they deemed illegal on pitcher Clarke Schmidt. However, unlike his teammate Domingo German on Tuesday, Schmidt wasn’t ejected but was instead asked to wash his hands before returning to the game. Unsurprisingly, the decision to allow Schmidt to stay in the game sent Reds manager David Bell over the edge.
Bell argued that Schmidt should not be allowed to stay in the game before getting himself ejected.