Breaking: RED SOX VS. YANKEES ha sido cancelado debido a un problema….

Breaking: RED SOX VS. YANKEES ha sido cancelado debido a un problema….

NEW YORK After hitting a home ball to tie the game in the third inning of the Yankees’ 14-4 victory over Boston on Saturday at Yankee Stadium, former Red Sox outfielder Alex Verdugo waited 32 seconds to reach base.

This season, it was Verdugo’s longest home run trot. His home run trot time is 27.6 seconds on average.

Did the Red Sox take offense to it? In December, they sold Verdugo to New York for pitching prospects Richard Fitts and Nicholas Judice as well as reliever Greg Weissert.

Manager Alex Cora responded, “No, man.” “I saw that we didn’t care about the slow trot, right? We gave him permission to do it. Therefore, if it was OK on our team, it ought to be acceptable on another. They ought to be at ease with Raffy (Devers) carrying out his actions as well.

After hitting a go-ahead home run of 441 feet in the fifth inning, Devers flipped his bat and celebrated.

It truly doesn’t matter at this point, Cora stated. “With the Dodgers, we witnessed it last year.”

When Verdugo celebrates his two home runs against the Dodgers last year—his team before Boston—Cora is referencing to it.

Was Devers’ extravagant party an act of reprisal for Verdugo’s actions?

“I’m not that kind of hitter, obviously, but for us, it was a tremendous hit. That was the moment we placed my team on top,” Devers added, speaking via Carlos Villoria Benítez, his translator. However, they had already done it to us. No one can be angry about their responses. It’s only baseball, really.

Four of the five longest home run trots by Yankees players this season have come from Verdugo.

Josh Winckowski allowed Verdugo to take the home run.

Regarding Verdugo’s trot, Winckowski remarked, “I’m not too worried about it.” “He does what he does because he rides the roller coaster a lot.”

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