Things got a little heated at the end of Thursday's game against the Phillies.
Dodgers rivalry with Hector Neris has heated up as the Philadelphia Phillies closer reportedly said "f--k you" and stared into the Dodgers dugout after recording a save following Thursday's 7-6 victory.
Before Philies closer Hector Neris closed things out, he for sure made things interesting. He gave up a solo homer to Alex Verdugo and a long fly ball out to Justin Turner to end the game. Max Muncy quickly let people know what Neris said and what the clubhouse thought of that. Here is what Max Muncy said:
"He's blown about eight saves against us over the last two years," Dodgers infielder Max Muncy told reporters. "I guess he was finally excited he got one."
Neris is currently appealing the suspension and allowed to play until a decision is made.
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