Reds wont challenge cooper suspension by the end of the season. The Reds would be the only team in the MLB that has never challenged an actual suspension in a trial under that kind of suspension and that’s something we’re not going t바카라o be getting into,” he said.
He continued, “As of now, it doesn’t look like the league is going to get into this one. So unless there’s a miracle with this one, it’ll be a trial and I think it’s definitely not going to be appealed.”
“The rule book is not quite there yet and we’ll see what happens,” added Buehrle, who was then asked what the penalty would be for a suspension in the NFL.
“It sounds like we’re not going to get any penalties for having a violation as far as anything outside of suspensions,” he said. “There could be some consequences that are, but we’d rather have penalties if the violation is serious and the league finds it to be seriousgospelhitz than do nothing, not even get involved.”
In July, MLB’s internal watchdog said it found a “pattern or practice” in its investigation into Red Sox pitcher David Price, which led to him being suspended for the majority of the season. In that case, the Red Sox did not appeal and the suspension was upheld by the NLCS.
Price returned to the mound in the postseason with a 3-1 record and a 1.62 ERA in 16 appearances and won a Game 3 decision over the San Diego Padres. He struck out 24 in 20 2/3 innings with runners in scoring position. The final three innings of his relief appearance were lost when a h우리카지노ome run by outfielder Adrian Gonzalez gave the Giants a 6-3 victory that sealed their championship.
Buehrle’s comments about potential discipline for the Reds were similar.
“We’re not going to do anything because I think you need a second opportunity in it. We are not going to wait to have this conversation, we will tell them if there’s a possibility for the suspension,” he said.
“You talk about a trial and you want to do something, then we’ll see how it goes. But I don’t know if this is a good way for the league to approach it or not.”
A spokesman for the league told ESPN’s Chris Mortensen in June that there were no plans for the NFL to take a position on whether Cooper’s suspension would have been overturned in the MLB.