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Forced MLB referees to force Cincinnati Reds writer Graham Ashcraft to remove their wedding rings as part of a league crackdown on players using exotic materials to improve baseball grip. ..
Ashcraft wore a band in his left hand that was hidden in his gloves when released. The Reds were playing at the Milwaukee Brewery on Saturday when they were asked to remove their jewelry. He said the referee told him the rules weren’t new, but they said they started implementing it on Friday.
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He told reporters after the match: “First baseman comes in and checks my right hand as usual. Then he told me he took off my gloves and looked at my ring. He said,” You have your ring. Must be removed. ” Via Atletico. “I said,” No, why do I need to remove the ring? “I shouldn’t. “So it looks like the new rule they created yesterday.”
The rules state that the shooter is prohibited from tying anything with his hands.
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Reds boss David Vale said he had received a note urging players and managers to implement the policy, but did not read it carefully.
“I think it helped, whether I liked the rules or not. It was true and Graham understood it after that interpretation,” Bell said. “I did a poor job explaining this before the match. Fortunately, nothing bad happened. It was good that they just warned him and warned him. “
Ashcraft has been rated 6 runs with 8 strokes in 5 innings. He hit four batters as the Reds lost to the Brewers 7-3.
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Ashcraft was called to Major League Baseball last month. He played in the Reds six times, achieved 3.51 ERA in 33 1/3 rounds, and made 19 attacks.
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