• Blue Jays' Garcia denies he was trying to hit Donaldson with pitch after ejection

    6 days ago - By Sportsnet

    Toronto Blue Jays reliever Yimi Garcia says he had “no intention” of hitting Josh Donaldson with a pitch on Tuesday night, despite the umpires believing he meant to plunk the New York Yankees infielder.
    “That situation you don't want to hit anybody. It's a 3-3 game. Obviously I wasn't trying to hit him,” Garcia said through a translator before Wednesday's game between the teams.
    The umps ejected Garcia and pitching coach Pete Walker after Donaldson was hit in the sixth inning. It came on the second pitch of the at-bat, immediately after a three-run homer by the Yankees tied the game. New...
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  • Why Blue Jays pitcher, pitching coach, manager were ejected in one-inning span during loss to Yankees

    Why Blue Jays pitcher, pitching coach, manager were ejected in one-inning span during loss to Yankees

    6 days ago - By Sporting News

    The Blue Jays lost three key members of their team in a one-inning span. Here's why Charlie Montoyo, Pete Walker and Yimi Garcia were ejected Tuesday against the Yankees.
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  • Jays furious over 'surprising' ejections vs. Yanks

    Jays furious over 'surprising' ejections vs. Yanks

    6 days ago - By ESPN

    The Blue Jays were confused and outraged after pitcher Yimi Garcia was ejected, without warning, for hitting Josh Donaldson with a pitch during Tuesday's game against the Yankees.
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