Blue Jays' Alek Manoah responds to Gerrit Cole's heated reaction following Aaron Judge hit by pitch

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In the bottom of the 5th inning Sunday in Yankee Stadium, Blue Jays beginning pitcher Alek Manoah hit Yankees super star Aaron Judge with a pitch. First base was open and it was a 1-0 count, triggering some speculation from the Yankees’ side that Manoah hit Judge on function rather of simply pitching around him. 

Gerrit Cole — who began for the Yankees Saturday — appeared to be the most upset. 

From that video, it looks quite apparent that Manoah and Judge clarified prior to play continued and Manoah suggested as much after the video game. 

Of course, the juiciest part of the circumstance would be Manoah stating “I think if Gerrit wants to do something, he can walk past the Audi sign next time.” The Yankees have Audi logo designs painted in the lawn in between the dugouts and each nasty line, so it’s a simple referral to decipher. 

The Yankees had the ability to hang on for success Sunday, marking their only win of the four-game series. They are now 5-14 in August, however they pressed their AL East lead back up to 8 video games over both the Blue Jays and Rays. The lead was when 15 1/2 video games and has actually diminished significantly as the Yankees have actually struggled for over a month. 

For those curious, the Blue Jays and Yankees have actually 3 video games left versus one another, Sept. 26-28 in Toronto. Hopefully Manoah and Cole line up and deal with each other. That would be enjoyable. 



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