Mets reliever Jacob Rhame was suspended two games and fined an undisclosed sum for deliberately throwing him at the head of the first baseball Phyllis Rhys Hoskins during a game on Tuesday.
Joe Torre, Chief Executive Officer of MLB, announced the penalty Thursday.
MLB: New York bells Mets Jacob Rame has received a two-game suspension and an undefined fine for the deliberate roll-over of Philadelphia Phyllis's Rees Hoskins head during the ninth game of Citi Field on Tuesday night.
– Mike Puma (@NYPost_Mets)
April 25, 2019
If he does not appeal the decision, Rame will withstand the deferral on Friday when Metz will receive the brewers. If Rhame decides to appeal, the law will initiate the sanction when the trial is over.
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