Travis Snider and Russell Martin Suspensions Upheld

The suspensions for Travis Snider and Russell Martin have been upheld by Major League Baseball, the Pittsburgh Pirates have announced. Both players received suspensions for their involvement in a brawl against the Milwaukee Brewers on April 20th.

Snider’s suspension was for two games, and begins tonight. Martin’s suspension was for one game, and will take place when he returns from the disabled list.

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  • Y2JGQ2

    B.S.

  • Macchamp74

    And yet another reason Decker or Dickerson should have been recalled.