The first meeting between the Dodgers and Astra since Houston was punished for stealing tokens in the 2017 season was full of fireworks.
On Tuesday night, in the sixth run, when the Dodgers led 5: 2, Los Angeles terrain Joe Kelly threw a 96 mph fast ball that ran behind the head of Astra’s third basketball player Alex Bregman as the fourth step in a four-step walk.
Later, during the event, Kelly threw the ball, which was whistled by Astros Chief of Staff Carlos Correa.
Correa continued the shot to end the match and Kelly descended from the mound, the two exchanged words.
The benches were cleaned soon.
Kelly was not on the Dodgers team, which lost to the Astro in the 2017 World Series.
Both clubs did not have to play this season under the original 2020 agreement. MLB schedule. However, with the league implementing a 60-game schedule, both teams plan to play three more times this season.
Los Angeles maintained the victory, 5-2.