DETROIT (AP) – Tigers outfielder Tyler Collins will not be suspended by Major League Baseball for directing an obscene gesture at booing home fans in Detroit after losing a ball in the lights Monday night.READ MORE: Oklahoma Abortion Numbers Up As Texas Heartbeat Law Takes Affect
An MLB spokesman confirmed Tuesday the Trophy Club native won’t face a suspension.
Collins extended the middle finger on his left hand and waved it from right to left, and also appeared to yell an obscenity at the fans. He apologized afterward, saying he “lashed out completely inappropriately” and was “embarrassed” about what happened.READ MORE: Red Cross Hoping To Increase Blood Supply With Opening Of New North Texas Donation Centers
Collins said he could not see the flyball hit by Oakland’s Marcus Semien, and an error charged to left fielder Justin Upton allowed Semien to reach third, bringing on the boos.
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