Things really got nuts between Dodgers and Astros

Back in February and March, one of the most anticipated moments for the upcoming 2020 season ... well ... almost any Houston Astros game.

The epidemic made it a little difficult to remember the depths of anger, but thanks to their widespread and systematic deception of 2017 (and beyond), which helped them win the global chain over the Dodgers, Astros had been all serious goals long season. The targets of the pitchers of anger. Winning goals on the field. Targets are some of the highest highs I've ever heard. (Seriously, José Altoff was blown up by SPRING TRAINING fans.)

But, yes, the epidemic. It didn't remove the anger completely, but it definitely took the Astros story out of the first page. She also pulled fans out of the equation and made confrontations between teams a more dangerous project. Keep in mind that in the current environment, the difficulties between the teams still carry not only the usual risks of physical harm, but are now much more dangerous than spreading COVID-19 between multiple teams. You can't get it this year, no matter how angry you are, you might still be in Astros.

Of course, this is to set up the Astros-Dodgers game last night, which you knew would involve some kind of extra-curricular approach, but you really hoped this wouldn't include the teams that actually physically meet together. It would not have been much worse, but it was still a serious social exclusion problem that you cannot get.

It started with a wild Dodgers pistol known to be Joe Kelly brutal, then appeared on Astros (hey, I'm fine with this part, and maybe less so with the Men's Part throw):

After Kelly did his job, Astros got angry, and the seats got rid:

In normal times, I would enjoy going out of this drama as a side show, and maybe I'm talking about how Astros has a lot of this, though I don't want to see men being cast (especially in a boss).

However, at these times, everything comes with this layer of discomfort, because you don't want to see large groups of players approaching each other now. Sure, the risk of transmission from a very short contact like this is really low ... but why are you risking anything at all? Moreover, why do optics risk not doing the right things? Especially after setting Marlins!

All this means that the league must respond in a very serious and noisy way. I really don't know whether that means sanctions, or whether it means some kind of message about the unnecessary risks this creates. But something. My league cannot behave like this well, or it cannot get much worse in the coming weeks.

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