News Sports: Atlanta Braves left-hander Marcell Ozuna received a huge amount of boos from his home audience in Atlanta on Sunday. This is the Braves slugger guy’s first game after he was arrested for driving under the influence on Friday.
Following Ozuna’s arrest, the Braves released a statement saying that “the organization takes these matters very seriously and is clearly disappointed in the situation,” but did not comment further as this is a legal scenario. happenning.
During Ozuna’s first game against the Houston Astros on Sunday, fans got some boos when Ozuna intervened in the second inning. Those boos got even louder when Ozuna was knocked down by Astros initiator Jose Urquidy. Although Ozuna was arrested early Friday morning, he was eventually released on bail that morning. The boos continued into the fifth round as Ozuna attacked Urquidy again. Then, the Braves brought on midfielder Eddie Rosario in place of Ozuna.
This is the second arrest within two years, as he was also arrested in May 2021 for a more serious assault by strangulation and bodily harm after police said they saw veteran midfielder attacked his wife.