Aroldis Champan is suspended for two games after being ejected in a game against the Mets

Aroldis Champan is suspended for two games after being ejected in a game against the Mets

Pittsburgh – The Cuban guy Aroldis Chapman, left-handed pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates, was suspended two games and fined an undisclosed amount, following his “inappropriate acts” three days earlier, during a game against the New York Mets.

Michael Hill, vice president of baseball operations for the Major Leagues, made the announcement of the punishment, which begins this Friday, the day the Pirates will visit Boston.

Chapman (1-0) can appeal, which would delay the suspension from taking effect until that process is completed.

The Cuban was ejected by plate umpire Edwin Moscoso after Harrison Bader hit a double in the eighth inning of the Pirates’ 6-3 loss to New York.

This season, Chapman has a 4.76 ERA and one save in nine appearances with the Pirates. He has struck out 11 in 5.2 innings.

“He obviously said something the umpire didn’t like,” Pirates manager Derek Shelton said.

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