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MLB has been forced to order Cincinnati Reds referee Graham Ashcraft to remove his wedding ring as part of a league contractor against players who use foreign equipment to keep the baseball well.
Ashcraft was wearing a band on his left arm which he hid in his gloves when he was released. The Reds were playing the Milwaukee Breweries on Saturday when they were asked to remove the gems. He said the judge told him the law was not new, but they started enforcing it on Friday.
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He told reporters after the game: “The first referee comes in, looks at my right hand as usual. Then he asks me to take off my gloves and I see my ring. He said, ‘You must take off your ring.’ “Through Atletico. ‘I said,’ No, why should I take off the ring? ‘ I should not. “So it looks like a new law they created yesterday.”
The law states that a bowman is forbidden to tie anything with his hands.
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The Reds’ boss David Bale said he received the memo reminding players and managers to implement the policy, but did not read it carefully.
“I think it helped, whether I liked the law or not, it’s something that would have worked and Graham understood that after the translation,” Bell said. “I did a bad job explaining this before the game. Fortunately nothing bad happened. It was good they just warned him and warned him.”
Ashcraft is rated for six runs in eight strokes in five innings. They beat four strikers as The Reds lost to the Brewers 7-3.
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Ashcraft was named in the major leagues last month. He played six matches for the Reds and has ERA 3.51 in 33 1/3 rounds and 19 attacks.
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