Bad blood! Yankees' Phil Nevin wanted to beat up Astros' Alex Cintron over bird flip

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Bad blood! Yankees' Phil Nevin wanted to beat up Astros' Alex Cintron over bird flip
Bad blood! Yankees' Phil Nevin wanted to beat up Astros' Alex Cintron over bird flip

The Houston Astros' alleged sign stealing in the American League Championship Series led to one of their coaches being threatened with physical harm by Yankees third base coach Phil Nevin. According to a report by Andy Martino of SYN, Nevin became enraged when Astros hitting coach Alex Cintron flipped off the Yankees dugout in response to heckling over illegal sign-stealing allegations during Game 1 of the ALCS at Minute Maid Park in Houston on Oct. 12. Nevin responded the next inning from the field by approaching Astros third baseman Alex Bregman with a curse-filled message: “Tell your (bleeping) hitting coach I'm going to kick his (bleeping rear).” Nevin later apologized to Astros manager A.J.

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