The Los Angeles Dodgers are irate with Philadelphia Phillies reliever Hector Neris, who celebrated his save against them Thursday with a fist pump and then a stare-down into the L.A. dugout.
The Dodgers stayed in the dugout, watching Neris.
On the broadcast, it appeared that catcher Russell Martin shouted to the pitcher that they meet somewhere.
“I think we played this series the right way, played it straight,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. “To look in our dugout and to taunt in any way, I think it’s unacceptable. Look in your own dugout.”
Neris had given up a solo homer to center fielder Alex Verdugo and ended the game with a long fly ball out by third baseman Justin Turner, securing a 7-6 win and a split in the four-game series.
Neris is facing a three-game suspension for throwing at Dodgers first baseman David Freese on Tuesday after giving up a three-run homer. He is playing until his appeal is heard.
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