Published: Thu, May 11, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Orioles pound out 8-3 win over Red Sox

Orioles pound out 8-3 win over Red Sox

May 1 at Fenway Park, racism yet again reared its ugly head when a number of fans hurled bigoted epithets at Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones.

After three days of threats and accusations, fiery tempers and frigid stares, warnings from umpires and even a lecture from the commissioner, the Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles got back to merely playing baseball Thursday night at Fenway Park.

"We want to make sure we know exactly what clubs are doing before we start recommending changes", said Manfred, who added that he wants to ensure that all 30 ballparks are "welcoming to fans of all racial backgrounds".

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"But we may not be ideal, we may not get it exactly right, but we have informed this person that they are no longer welcome at Fenway".

Even Game 1 on Monday carried some drama as Dylan Bundy plunked American League MVP runner-up Mookie Betts on the thigh. And I thought that having John [Farrell] involved and our staff involved would be much better off to have. He said he planned to have communications with union head Tony Clark to see if the rules put in place to curb such confrontations need to be revisited. "It's something we are focused on and very interested in".

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But then we bounced back as a team very hard and we played very well. We owe it to our supporters and we have our own targets to hit. At the start (he) didn't play a lot.


"As soon as she was done the fan sitting next to me, a white middle-aged man, said that she "sang too long" and that she 'N-worded it up, '" said Hennick, speaking with anchor Chris Cuomo on CNN's "New Day" Friday.

Manfred also addressed the issue of racism in ballparks. "We've just got to go out there and control what we can control and go about our business".

"My strong preference consistent with baseball's long tradition is to keep our franchises in the markets where they now play", he said.

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