One of the Orioles’ best players is suspended starting now. Major League Baseball upheld a five-game suspension for third baseman Manny Machado.
Although Justice described the outcome of Machado’s suspension as “fair,” he also stood firm on Machado reaching his full potential in the majors.
“There were periods last year where [Manny] was one of the best five players in baseball. We have to keep in mind that he’s 22 years old.”
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Orioles third baseman Manny Machado stated his case Wednesday for the reduction of a five-game suspension he received for intentionally throwing his bat on the field against Oakland on June 8.
Orioles third baseman Manny Machado will have a hearing Wednesday on his appeal of a five-game suspension handed down by Major League Baseball.
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With possibly the biggest series they’ve had so far this season over the weekend, why would they have Machado’ sitting on the bench for the 4 games against the Blue Jays?
Suspended for five games and fined. That’s the punishment handed down to Orioles All-Star third baseman Manny Machado by Major League Baseball for throwing his bat—but Tuesday night, Machado was back at the plate.
“It’s not like they’re going wipe out the five games of the suspension.” Kubatko said about Machado appealing his suspension for throwing his bat at third base.