World Series, nickname of finale of the American championship of baseball, beat their height in the United States. On Friday, October 27th, more than 16 million televiewers looked at the match 3 of the bringing into conflict finales Houston Astros in Los Angeles Dodgers. The authorities of the major League of baseball (MLB) also looked and saw the gesture of the Cuban player Yuli Gurriel, getting out on eyes to laugh at one of his opponents, the Japanese Yu Darvish.
They sentenced him to five matches of suspension. On Friday, Yu Darvish, threw for Los Angeles. His performance was catastrophic, allowing Astros to lead quickly 4-0. Among the players having managed a home run (to send the ball outside the limits of the ground), thus represented Yuli Gurriel. Of return on the bench, the Cuban indicated the Japanese to his team-mates the leading to a qualification Spanish, of "chinito" (Literally, "small Chinese") and by restraining eyes by pulling them behind. The suspension will wait for the next season Darvish commented on the gesture after the defeat of his team (5-3). "Behave so is a lack of respect, Astros also has Asian supporters", he criticized. The player of Houston will purge however his suspension only in 2018. Thus he can participate in the end of the finales, which happen in the best of seven matches. Houston leads 2 victories to 1 while waiting for the match 4 during the night of Saturday to Sunday. "Certain people will not agree, but it does not seem to me just to punish the team during these World Series for the behavior of a player", explained the boss of the MLB, Rob Manfred. Gurriel, which played in Japan earlier in its career, apologized after the match in a communiqué published by his club: "I committed an indefensible gesture. I regret him profoundly."