Tim Anderson suspended one game for obscene gesture

The Cleveland Guardians swept the White Sox in a doubleheader on Wednesday. Anderson was mocked by some fans in the first game and fired back with a offensive hand gesture. Unfortunately for Anderson, the cameras were on him as he resumed the act.

Anderson was suspended for the first two games of this season for an incident late last season.

September 29 against the Detroit Tigers, the benches cleared, and Anderson would have contacted referee Tim Timmons.

This season, Anderson is batting .333 with 12 hits, one home run and five RBIs in nine games.

A first-round pick of the White Sox in 2013, Anderson spent seven seasons in Chicago. He made his first All-Star appearance last season and won his first Silver Slugger Award in 2020.

In 702 games, Anderson has a .287 batting average with 92 home runs and 293 RBIs.

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