September 2, 2010 by staff
Nyjer Morgan, Miami – Nyjer Morgan found himself back at the heart of the problem.
Speedy man accused Washington starter on the mound after a pitch behind him came late on Wednesday, triggering a bench clearing fight during the ’16 Florida Marlins-10 victory over the citizens.
“There is nothing good I can say about those who do not play the game the right way and not respect the integrity of the game,” said Wes Helms, who drove in five runs in Florida. “We needed to show that we will not stand the way they treated us.
Morgan, who recently suspended and censured by his own manager questionable actions in the field to the left of Florida show Brett Hayes with a separated shoulder Tuesday night after a collision at home plate tenth.
Chris Volstad (9-9) hit Morgan with a pitch in the fourth inning this time. Morgan stole two bases of their own citizens back 14-3.
“This is just the fourth inning, there is still a lot of game left,” said Morgan. “If they keep me, I’ll shoot.”
Volstad threw the first step to the sixth Morgan, causing wild scenes. Morgan launched a big hit, which appeared in the mouth of a person Volstad – The Marlins first baseman Gaby Sanchez clothing line Morgan, the demolition of his batting helmet and sent him to the ground.
“I thought it was over after the entry (fourth), but when I saw the ball go behind me, it’s time to go,” Morgan said: “After quite well, but twice, no, it’s time to go .
And go he went.
“I saw him running. Obviously, he does not come to talk,” said Volstad, who chafe at the right cheek by a mile. ”
“I’m just trying to protect themselves and suffer no. Gaby was my back, the whole team had my back” he said.
Group develops and managers Jim Riggleman of citizens and Edwin Rodriguez Marlins jaw at each other.
“My view has always been if someone had beaten, and he did what he intended to do. Now, if you decide to run against you, that’s your thing,” Riggleman said Morgan steals. “I have no problem with that, and decide when we meet. The Florida Marlins will not decide when we run, when we decided that we face.”
Morgan, Rodriguez and Jose Veras Volstad Marlins pitcher had been expelled. Morgan was whistled loudly when he raised his hands when he escorted off the field.
Morgan is now an attractive seven-game suspension for throwing the ball to the fans is in Philadelphia on Aug. 21.
Yesterday evening, Saturday, Morgan was confronted with the spectacle of St. Louis, Brian Anderson, who arrived on foot or two in front of the plate. Riggleman later called Morgan’s actions “unprofessional.”
“I have nothing to say about Morgan – that’s their problem,” Rodriguez said.
Washington pitcher Doug Slaten and Riggleman was ejected after Sanchez hit a two-step outs in the seventh. Four batters reached in general.
“They decided to throw in Nyjer – they did, and then the question arises, we can shoot them,” said Riggleman. “I have some of my more experienced players and said:” This is your baseball team, if you want someone threw, I will ask now, and they all said: “No, that’s all. In this case, when he threw himself to him a second time, not over. ”
Helms had three hits in most games the Marlins scored since scoring 17 against Colorado, July 4, 2008. Mike Stanton, Brad Davis and Cameron Maybin homered in Florida.
Logan Morrison and Hanley Ramirez each scored three times in the first three innings as the Marlins took 14-3 lead. Florida scored five runs in the first, more than five seconds and four times in the third.
Scott Olsen (3-8) lasted just 1 2-3 innings lost its sixth straight start. He allowed nine hits and 8.
Craig Stammen Olsen launched and was received by the fifteenth running back Stanton.
Morgan scored on a short sacrifice fly in the fourth Ian Desmond. The second baseman Donnie Murphy fell to the ground after catching the ball in short center-right and left the game with a sprained right wrist.
Davis led Florida in fourth place, his first home run.
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