As part of the fallout from the San Diego Padres and Colorado Rockies ruckus, four players have been suspended by Major League Baseball, including Rockies star Nolan Arenado who was the centerpiece of Wednesday's incident. The players will likely appeal the suspensions when they are handed out. The suspended players were also fined. The Padres, meanwhile, will need to select a replacement for Perdomo against the Dodgers; while they have yet to announce a starter, possible options include right-hander Jordan Lyles and southpaw Robbie Erlin.
Padres catcher A.J. Ellis and infielder Freddy Galvis and Rockies righthander German Marquez were fined but not suspended. "The suspension of Baumann, who has since been optioned to Triple-A El Paso, will be effective upon his return to the Major Leagues, pending appeal", the Padres said.
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The complaint said Mills was White's father's girlfriend but noted that Mills went home with White the night before the murder. Mercy County Prosecutor George Sitler stated it is unclear how White died and did not disclose a attainable motive.
Asked if the suspension would affect how he might deal with a similar situation in the future, Arenado said: "Well, I mean, he's throwing 96 (mph) at me on goal, you know?" It's hard not to react in a certain way when you know somebody is trying to do something on objective. That's not why we're playing this game. But 96 at you, on objective? Margot's hit-by-pitch injured his ribs and landed the center fielder on the disabled list.
He'll nearly assuredly appeal said suspension.
The Padres host the San Francisco Giants Friday night in the second game of a four-game series at Petco Park.