MLB suspends Astros pitcher for throwing ball at Mariners batter’s head

The Major League Baseball (MLB) announced that it has been decided suspend Hector Neris for having allegedly intentionally throwing a ball in the direction of the head of Eugene Suarez. The pitcher of the Houston Astros will have to comply with this sanction after the incident that occurred in the game against the Seattle Mariners the night of Monday June 06.

Héctor Neris has been suspended by Major League Baseball after he starred in a ‘run-in’ with Eugenio Suárez in the game between the Houston Astros and the Seattle Mariners on Monday.

The League announced this day that the reliever of the Texan team will have to serve four sanction games, as well as pay an economic fine of an unspecified amount; decision that the player plans to appeal.

It was in the ninth inning of the game that Neris first hit Ty France in the back and then threw a pitch near Eugenio Suarez’s head, presumably intentionally, that cleared the benches.

Héctor Neris arrived at the Houston Astros for the 2022 MLB Season as a free agent. According to his numbers and performances, he has been one of the best relievers for the Houston Astros.

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MLB suspends Astros pitcher for throwing ball at Mariners batter’s head