321 billion ‘eating and running’ caught by the fan’s collar… After an accident, “I have nothing to say”

“I can’t talk about anything.”

Anthony Rendon, former All-Star of the Los Angeles Angels in the US Major League, had a major accident. And I kept my mouth shut about the problem.

Rendon did something unbelievable after the opening game against the Oakland Athletics on the 31st of last month (hereinafter Korean time). He got into an altercation with a fan wearing Auckland gear as he left the field, and was even grabbed by the throat. Landon recorded no hits in 3 at-bats and 2 strikeouts from the opening day, and the team also lost 1-2, so it was uncomfortable to plant. Meanwhile, he claimed that the fan had hurled abusive language at him. Of course, the fan replied that he had never used abusive language. Rendon swears at the fan, grabs him by the collar, and even swings his fist at him. Fortunately, he was not hit by a fan in his fist. The video went viral on social media, sparking controversy.

Major League Baseball immediately launched an investigation into the matter. And ahead of the match against Auckland on the 2nd, all attention was directed to Rendon. “I’m sorry, I can’t tell you anything,” Rendon told reporters before the game.

Rendon said “I’m sorry” to the question that flew in once again before leaving for training and went out to the ground as if he were running away.

Angels head coach Phil Nevin also started protecting his family. “Unfortunately, this happens often,” Nevin said. “I don’t want to comment on Rendon at this time.” 카지노사이트

The Angels avenged their opening game defeat by winning 13-1 that day. However, Rendon was injured after colliding with a fence while defending and was replaced in the bottom of the 6th inning. There were no hits on the day, and only one RBI was recorded.

Landon made a splendid entry with the Angels in 2019 by signing a 7-year, $245 million (approximately 321 billion won) super-large contract. However, after transferring to the Angels, he is receiving the worst ‘eating and running’ sound due to injuries and sluggishness.

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