There was a crazy scene in Major League Baseball on Sunday afternoon in Pittsburgh.
In a game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago White Sox on a Sunday afternoon, the Pirates' shortstop Oneil Cruz sustained a fractured ankle when he collided with Seby Zavala, the catcher for the White Sox. This incident triggered a scuffle between the two teams, resulting in players from both benches rushing onto the field.
A ground ball hit by Ke'Bryan Hayes of the Pittsburgh Pirates slowly rolled along the third baseline. Oneil Cruz, the Pirates' player, decided to sprint towards home plate in an attempt to score another run in the sixth inning. However, the third baseman for the Chicago White Sox, Yoán Moncada, reacted quickly and threw the ball to Seby Zavala, the catcher for the White Sox, who was waiting at home plate to tag out Cruz.
Cruz appeared to have gotten his foot caught up while attempting to slide, which resulted in the collision with Zavala. Following the incident, Zavala stood up and seemed to exchange some words with Cruz, who was still on the ground in visible discomfort.
As soon as the incident occurred, Carlos Santana of the Pittsburgh Pirates confronted Zavala, and shortly after, the entire Pirates bench rushed onto the field. The Chicago White Sox responded by leaving their dugout to join in the confrontation.
Benches cleared in Pittsburgh! pic.twitter.com/CBiJzLciX6
— White Sox Talk (@NBCSWhiteSox) April 9, 2023
It's a heartbreaking injury for Cruz, who is a big upcoming star for the Pittsburgh Pirates. He now faces the possibility of missing the rest of the season.
Also, what a classless move by Seby Zavala, trash-talking a guy who just suffered a devastating injury.
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