MLB Reportedly Decides On Punishment For Manny Machado

Manny Machado the Dodgers shortstop responds to people criticizing hustle by saying it's

Manny Machado the Dodgers shortstop responds to people criticizing hustle by saying it’s “not my cup of tea.” More

"If that's dirty, that's dirty", Machado said, according to Repeat it over and over and over again, you're just a dirty player.

Machado also said that he and Aguilar have been friends for years, calling the Brewers slugger a "great guy". We're trying to win.

We finally got something to get the blood pumping, though, when Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado and Brewers first baseman Jesús Aguilar exchanged some words with each other, prompting both teams' benches to spill onto the field.

The rest of the Brewers didn't appear to be quite as forgiving.

"It's a dirty play by a dirty player".

"The play at first today is a pretty dirty play", Shaw said. "You can't respect someone who plays the game like that". You don't kick somebody like that on accident.

While with the Baltimore Orioles, Machado got brushed back with a pitch from Oakland A's hurler Fernando Abad in the eighth inning of game.

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Unfortunately, his questionable play at first base last night is overshadowing his production in the most-important series of his career. In the 13th inning Tuesday night, he singled with one out, advanced to second on a wild pitch and scored the winning run on Cody Bellinger's walk-off single, just beating the tag at home plate. The second one resulted in a double play for the Brewers after video review. "You have 30 owners (who) all want you right now".

Brewers manager Craig Counsell wasn't concerned the incident would distract from his team's focus in the best-of-seven series.

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In a game that loves its heroes and despises its villains, Machado is fast becoming baseball's No. 1 villain.

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

Machado defended himself following the game.

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