Yankees Fans Pelt Cleveland Guardians Players With Trash And Beers After Walk-Off Win

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Dude, your team just won the game…

Even after a walk-off win, Yankees fans were still pissed off this afternoon and began pelting the Cleveland Guardians with trash and beer cans, prompting their own players to come over and try to calm down the fans.

The mess started in the ninth inning when Isiah Kiner-Falefa hit a game-tying double to left field for the Yankees. Guardians outfielder Steven Kwan banged into the fence chasing down the ball, and Yankees fans began taunting the injured player.

Guardians outfielder Myles Straw then climbed the fence to have words with the Yankees fans for heckling the injured Kwan.

Things calmed down, and then during the next at-bat Gleyber Torres batted in the winning run for the Yankees.

That’s when fans began showing their displeasure for the Guardians outfielders and began pelting them with trash, including what appears to be some full beers.

Guardians right fielder Oscar Mercado did some jawing with the fans as they were raining debris onto the field as managers and umpires tried to get the scene under control.

Finally, Yankees players who were celebrating noticed what was going on, and Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton quickly ran to the outfield to try to calm their fans down and get the situation under control.

Stay classy, Yankees fans.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock