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Dye suspended two games

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TORONTO - Jermaine Dye has been suspended for two games and has been fined an undisclosed amount for what the league has determined were "inappropriate actions'' after being called out on strikes to end the sixth inning of Wednesday's game with the Tribe.
Dye threw his batting helmet down and it rolled in the direction of the umpire.
Unless Dye wants to appeal it, the suspension will begin tonight against Toronto.

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JD should definitely appeal. If Bradley got his suspension reduced then so should JD. What JD did was far less, IMO. It was accidental that the helmet hit the Ump, which is what got him tossed.

Ridiculous revisited! Go Sox!!

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