The Los Angeles Angels lost a relief shooter for several months to injury as a result of a brawl with the Seattle Mariners.
The rivalry between the Los Angeles Angels and the Seattle Mariners intensified on June 26, 2022 after the two teams engaged in a chaotic altercation that resulted in 12 individuals being suspended by the MLB. Now, the angels had lost one of their archers as a result of the fight.
Angels head coach Mike Frost revealed that Archie Bradley broke his right elbow when he went to Jump over the bunker’s railing. With this injury, Bradley is expected to be out for at least four weeks, but it is likely that he will be out for much longer.
Archie Bradley broke his elbow during the Angels fight
Bradley isn’t the only player to have been injured as a result of the scuffle, as Luis Torres suffered a sprained left shoulder.
This season, Bradley has scored 4.82 ERA, 1,286 WHP, 15 strikes over 18.2 innings (21 games).
The brawl began in the aftermath of the June 25 match when Mariners near Eric Swanson threw a floor over the head of Angels star Mike Trout. The next day, Los Angeles’ Andrew Wentz’s throwing ground crossed Seattle’s Julio Rodriguez’s header in the first inning. In the second half, Wants dumped Mariners player Jesse Winker, sparking a fray.
Los Angeles interim manager Phil Nevin has been suspended 10 games for intentionally throwing Wantz at Winker after both sides were warned. Winker received a seven-game ban. And England’s third player Anthony Rendon was suspended for five games, and he will serve next season because he will be absent due to a wrist injury. This, he is also prohibited from standing in the dugout team for the next seven matches at the time of the announcement. As a result, Wantz was suspended for three matches.
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