On Sunday, Aug. 2, Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar was held back by coach Don Wakamatsu as Escobar gestured at Blue Jays pitcher Aaron Sanchez, who was ejected from the game at Toronto for hitting Escobar. Both benches emptied during the melee. Toronto wound up winning the game 5-2.
On Sunday, Aug. 2, Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar was held back by coach Don Wakamatsu as Escobar gestured at Blue Jays pitcher Aaron Sanchez, who was ejected from the game at Toronto for hitting Escobar. Both benches emptied during the melee. Toronto wound up winning the game 5-2. File photo by Fred Thornhill The Associated Press
On Sunday, Aug. 2, Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar was held back by coach Don Wakamatsu as Escobar gestured at Blue Jays pitcher Aaron Sanchez, who was ejected from the game at Toronto for hitting Escobar. Both benches emptied during the melee. Toronto wound up winning the game 5-2. File photo by Fred Thornhill The Associated Press

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