Benches Clear after White Sox Tim Anderson Pimps Home Run

Benches Clear when White Sox Tim Anderson Pimps Home Run

White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson pimped a home run in the 4th inning of Wednesday afternoon’s game against the Kansas City Royals.

The Kansas City Royals were not fans about it because they felt he was very disrespectful.  What we don’t understand is this, if Tim was a white baseball player we doubt the Royals would have a problem with him.

It just seems like another racial profiling within the MLB. Read on to get more details on what went down after White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson pimped a home run on the Kansas City Royals reports White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson stepped up to the plate and was drilled with a pitch.

It was reported the way the Tuscaloosa, Alabama native Timothy Anderson hit the ball and knew it was gone. The 25-year-old heavy-hitter reportedly backpedaled out of the box and tossed the bat away like it was a piece of trash.

You could see Tim Anderson was heated, but he tried to be somewhat cool for about 3 seconds and then he was ready to leap.


Once his teammates realized what was up the benches cleared and a wild scene unfolded with Royals manager Ned Yost having to be restrained.

Getting drilled with a pitch is the risk you take when you pimp a home run. If you’re cool with that, by all means, keep pimping every long ball said SportsGossip who posted the news first.

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