Machado called ‘dirty player’ by Yelich after benches clear

Silvia Morton
October 20, 2018

Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.

"You say to yourself, 'Two games from the World Series.' That's all you've got to say", Counsell said. Repeat it over and over and over again, you're just a dirty player. Infielder Travis Shaw also called it dirty, and Yelich followed up his postgame criticism of Machado by yelling a profane epithet as he walked away from his locker.

"It's a dirty play". He was called for interference on the second one.

"It's a beauty pageant".

Brewers manager Craig Counsell offered his thoughts on Machado, saying, "I guess they got tangled up at first base".

"We all want something to talk about and you guys [the media] do, too, and that's great", he said. "We like him, but now we're out.' You're losing tens of millions of dollars by the second if that becomes the narrative".

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Machado came into this postseason with a reputation, as all longstanding baseball players develop at some point in their careers.

Bellinger grounded a 3-2 pitch from Junior Guerra into right field, scoring Manny Machado, who slid home and touched the plate with his left hand to beat the tag and end a thriller that took 5 hours, 15 minutes.

Players run through the first-base bag and avoid such collisions all the time, but Machado was in the middle of a frustrating day. "That's just not my personality. That's not who I am".

Last year, Machado spiked Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia while sliding into second base.

The Dodgers acquired Machado from Baltimore this season for their playoff push, and to replace injured shortstop Corey Seager.

Through four games in the NLCS, Machado is hitting.353 with three RBI. His groundout dropped him to 0 for 5 as the Dodgers' cleanup hitter.

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