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Blagojevich Says Trial Rules Are Unfair

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Blagojevich Says Trial Rules Are Unfair
Illinois Gov Rod Blagojevich says he s not being defiant in boycotting his Senate impeachment trial next week but that it s because the process is unfair Jan 23

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MLB: Yankees' Pineda ejected because of foreign substance

Yankees starter Michael Pineda.Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters

BOSTON - New York Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda was ejected from Wednesday night's (Thursday, PHL time) game in the second inning for having a foreign substance on his neck.

It was Pineda's second start of the season against the Boston Red Sox, and he used a shiny substance, thought to be pine tar, in both.

The Red Sox did not complain when Pineda clearly had a substance on his right hand in New York on April 10. He said it was a mixture of dirt and sweat and there was no punishment.

Just seeing #PinedaTar. Comical. "Sir, you have some neck on your pine tar." pic.twitter.com/2XXfhuaHs6

— Tony Reali (@TonyReali) April 24, 2014
On Wednesday (Thursday, PHL time), he gave up two runs in the first inning, when the substance wasn't obvious. But he returned to the mound and a shine on his neck was picked up by a television camera. He had two out, nobody on and a 1-2 count on Grady Sizemore when Red Sox manager John Farrell came out and spoke to home plate umpire Gerry Davis.

The four umpires, surrounded by Yankees, with Farrell standing off in foul territory, met at the mound and first examined Pineda's glove and then the ball. Davis, the crew chief, then checked the pitcher's neck - and threw Pineda out, after 40 pitches. David Phelps was summoned from the bullpen and finished the strikeout to end the inning - Phelps getting credit for the strikeout.

The rule book doesn't call for a mandatory suspension for putting a substance on the baseball, but Tampa Bay's Joel Peralta got eight games in 2012. Peralta was a reliever. Pineda being a starter means every five games of suspension represents a start.

Yankees manager Joe Girardi, standing by the robotic camera in the dugout that apparently was the one that showed the substance, was seen fooling with the camera and actually turned it around to make it face the other way. - Reuters

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