By Robiel Vega / @ robielcuba87
Tyler matzek, one of the great figures in the Braves bullpen and protagonist of the World Series ring recently obtained by the Atlanta team, experienced, during the celebrations for the title in the North American city, a rather nice and peculiar event when two policemen, apparently completely unfamiliar with the sport of balls and strikes, they tried to stop him by mistaking him for a fanatic.
While the Braves team parade through the city was taking place, Matzek, undoubtedly a prop in the second-line pitching of the champions, got off the bus for some reason and while walking down the street, in an area restricted to the public, two policemen arrested him, evidently not knowing who it was.
In a video posted by Jomboy Media on his official Twitter account, it can be seen how Tyler is led by an officer who guided him to a couple of his colleagues, who proceeded to check his identification. Fortunately, realizing who it was, he was released to join the rest of the team to continue the celebration.
Many of the comments made on this post agree that the police officers were only fulfilling their duty, since there is no identification or credential for the personnel authorized to transit through that area, something that should be taken into account for future years. In the opinion of the undersigned, I think there is nothing to reproach the officers, they did what they should do, although it is still curious that things like this happen.
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Tyler Matzek, 30, played 13 games in the postseason, four of them in the World Series, in which he posted a 1.69 ERA, with a win included in Game 4. In addition, in the final match, he pitched a pair of innings, allowing a single hit and striking out four of the seven rivals he faced.
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SAY WHAT ??? Cops tried to arrest Braves player during celebration