CHICAGO – The White Sox and Royals were scheduled to play 14 innings in their doubleheader on Friday, but a tense situation arose after two innings.
After an out in the second inning and a single by Cuban City’s George Solar, the Royals’ third paceman Hunter Dossier hit a flying ball from the first base line. Cuba’s Chicago catcher Yasmani Grல்ndl immediately got under the ball, but as Dossier dropped Grல்ndel, he lowered his head and could not see White Sox ‘first pacer Jose Aubrey coming into the firing line.
Aubrey was looking at the ball and not seeing the dossier. Violent confrontation between the two players calmed the crowd on the guaranteed ratio domain. Both players were on the field when the coaches of the respective teams came to help them. Eventually, they left the field with help.
Grande moved to first floor as Aubrey and Jack Collins took over to capture Chicago. After Royals center fielder Michael Taylor broke through the fence, Hanser Alberto moved to the third floor at the bottom of the inning to replace Dosier.
White Sox reports that Aubrey finds himself “day in and day out” with a concussion and has a cut on his face and an injured left knee. The initial assessment was negative to determine if he had suffered a concussion.
For their part, the Royals described the dossier as “day to day”, with injured quadriceps and neck ache.