Raudy Learn, a former Washington Nationals catcher now enjoying for the Spire Metropolis Ghost Hounds within the unbiased Atlantic League, didn’t like what he heard from a heckling fan Wednesday evening and determined to confront him within the stands.
The incident was caught in the course of the Ghost Hounds’ broadcast in a recreation towards the Lengthy Island Geese.
The sport was in additional innings when Learn was at first base catching a double play to finish the highest of the tenth inning.
As his workforce jogged again to the dugout to attempt to erase an 11-8 deficit within the backside of the inning, Learn tossed his glove towards his teammates and ran for the stands.
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Learn hopped into the stands and began making his approach to the concourse.
“One thing is going on up on the concourse,” the play-by-play broadcaster shouted over his microphone.
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Commercial audio got here on in the course of the broadcast, whereas pictures of the sport had been nonetheless being proven. And Learn might be seen being calmed down by safety guards and others. His teammates ultimately began to get him down from the concourse and again on the sphere.
One user on X, formally generally known as Twitter, claims the fan and his daughter had been calling Learn “barbaric” names.
“Can I simply say I used to be at this recreation and the names this dude and daughter had been calling Raudy that entire inning had been [asinine] and barbaric.”
Learn, who homered within the sixth inning, was the ultimate out after he acquired again on the sphere, putting out to finish the sport.
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Learn performed 14 video games within the majors in 2017 and 2019 with the Nationals, going 4-for-22 in his plate appearances.