Houston Astros’ Yuli Gurriel is congratulated by George Springer after hitting a home run off Dodgers starter Yu Darvish. Later, Gurriel was captured by cameras in the dugout pulling at the corners of his eyes, mocking Darvish’s Japanese heritage. Gurriel said that wasn’t the meaning of his gesture.
Houston Astros’ Yuli Gurriel is congratulated by George Springer after hitting a home run off Dodgers starter Yu Darvish. Later, Gurriel was captured by cameras in the dugout pulling at the corners of his eyes, mocking Darvish’s Japanese heritage. Gurriel said that wasn’t the meaning of his gesture. David J. Phillip AP
Houston Astros’ Yuli Gurriel is congratulated by George Springer after hitting a home run off Dodgers starter Yu Darvish. Later, Gurriel was captured by cameras in the dugout pulling at the corners of his eyes, mocking Darvish’s Japanese heritage. Gurriel said that wasn’t the meaning of his gesture. David J. Phillip AP

Darvish believes Gurriel’s gesture was racially motivated, ‘disrespectful’

October 28, 2017 12:01 AM

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