Rowdy Players Suspended by League

SECOND BRAWL THIS WEEKEND LEADS TO SUSPENSIONS

Both benches got involved in a rowdy fracas during the Ohio-New York game at Oxen Ballpark, on an incident sparked by a brush-back pitch. The two main culprits have been suspended by the league. The Oxen Brett Lachance and the Minutemen Miguel Lebron were each issued 10-game suspensions for their unsportsmanlike behavior and aggressive actions.

This year Lachance is batting .288 with 55 hits and 11 home runs. He has scored 27 times and has batted in 36 runs.

Crunching the numbers on Lebron for the year, he has made 18 relief appearances, recorded 3 saves and compiled a 3-3 won-lost mark and 5.40 ERA. In pitching 21.2 innings, he has totaled 21 strikeouts and 18 walks.

New York was also involved in a bench-clearing fracas during yesterday’s game against Kingston.

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