Dodgers’ Mattingly Suspended Two Games for Arguing With Umpire

Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly has been suspended two games by Major League Baseball for arguing with the umpire during a game.

Mattingly was also given an undisclosed fine for his “excessive arguing” with home plate umpire Angel Campos in the Dodgers’ 10-6 loss at Pittsburgh two days ago. Mattingly was ejected from the game.

The suspension will begin tonight when the Dodgers continue their series in Atlanta.

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