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All rights reserved. Channel 10 on most providers Channel 15, 60 and 8 Over the Air. Most Popular. Oakland outfielder Matt Joyce received a two-game suspension without pay Saturday for directing a gay slur toward a fan in Anaheim and he will take part in a public outreach initiative with PFLAG, a family and ally organization supporting the LGBTQ community. Cron made a diving stop of Joyce's hard-hit grounder. I can't apologize enough.
Matt Joyce Suspended for Using Gay Slur Towards a Fan
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Joyce said he is "beyond sorry," and the Athletics also made a statement insisting his language was unacceptable and wouldn't be tolerated. He missed time earlier this season with a viral infection. Please log in, or sign up for a new account and purchase an Enhanced Subscription to continue reading. The exchange occurred in the eighth inning of Los Angeles' win after Angels first baseman C.
A's Matt Joyce Reportedly Called a Fan an Anti-Gay Slur and Challenged Him to a Fight
Sign Up. We pride ourselves on being inclusive and expect our entire organization to live up to higher standards. Major League Baseball suspended outfielder Matt Joyce for two games after the Oakland Athletics say they were in touch with the commissioner's office a day after Joyce directed a gay slur toward a fan during Friday night's game against the Los Angeles Angels. Joyce, 33, is in his first season with Oakland, his 10th in the majors overall and played with the Angels for one season in
Braves call up Fried The Atlanta Braves have called up left-hander Max Fried , one of the team's top prospects, to pitch out of the bullpen. Joyce acknowledged Saturday that at one point he did invite the fan to "meet me outside. Terrill said he didn't hear the first part of the exchange. Joyce said he is "beyond sorry," and the Athletics also made a statement insisting his language was unacceptable and wouldn't be tolerated. Basic Subscription. Around baseball, any discriminatory behavior is being taken extremely seriously — and MLB has been firm about its stance. Susan Slusser is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.