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2021年10月8日 Off

Fight breaks out at Browns-Bengals game, even with limited crowd

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  • Night net American Football Browns 夜网论坛 Bengals Football fans in Ohio sure are a passionate bunch.That much is evident after six stadium officials were needed to break up a fight during the Browns' 35-30 win over the Bengals on "Thursday Night Football" — a game in which Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine allowed only 6,000 attendees because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Browns only had 6K fans in their stadium last night...and people still managed to get into a fight 💀(via @Andrewgarson_) pic.twitter.com/sjQe9QCa7U— Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) September 18, 2020MORE: Joe Burrow makes 0-2 Bengals big winners after loss to Baker Mayfield, BrownsCleveland took great pains to ensure that fans could attend Thursday's game, one of four that DeWine has allowed the public to attend this year (two for the Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium and two for the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium). Those safeguards include: 6 feet of social distancingMask/face covering requirementsHealth screening, on-site temperature checks and health questionnaires for all staffEnhanced cleaning and disinfecting protocolsComprehensive hygiene protocolsExtensive training, signage and communicationAccou[......]

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    2021年10月6日 Off

    adjusts plate-blocking rule on force plays

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  • NEW YORK — Major League Baseball has adjusted the new rule regarding catchers blocking the plate, saying it won't be called on force plays at home.The tweak came Tuesday, a week after a disputed play in Pittsburgh. Upon review, a call was overturned and a Cincinnati runner was ruled safe when it was determined that Pirates catcher Russell Martin obstructed the path to the plate. put in rule 7.13 this year trying to cut down on collisions at home. The rule provided runners a clear lane home, but the change came after Martin was called for obstruction with hi夜网论坛s foot on the plate on a force play.Force plays at the plate can still be reviewed by video replay. But an umpire's judgment on whether there was interference or obstruction on those plays cannot be challenged.[......]

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