MLB coach twice celebrated with Nazi ceremony after the game, and his controversial behavior was criticized

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 MLB coach twice celebrated with Nazi ceremony after the game, and his controversial behavior was criticized


The controversy took place after the Auckland sportsmans 6-4 win over the Texas Rangers as the winning players gathered at the edge of the court. Ryan Christensen, one of the sports coaches, extended his right hand into the sky as Hendrick prepared to make the elbow bashing celebration commonly used during the new championship. Hendrick grabs the coachs arm and pulls it down. But a few seconds later, Christensen repeated the Nazi salute.

Then Christensen realized his gaffe and apologized: I made a mistake and I wont deny the fact that Ive made a mistake. What I have done is very unacceptable. I apologize from the bottom of my heart. He explained that his posture inadvertently became a celebration that was racially and very intolerable. The coachs club also disagreed with the gesture. We are very sorry for what happened on our own court. We do not support or tolerate such gestures, or the racist ideas behind them. The clubs official website has an eye-catching, anti racial movement black life is equally important logo, so far the team has not announced the punishment of the coach. Source of this article: Netease sports Author: Xicun bridge, editor in charge: Lu Ting_ NS5242

Then Christensen realized his gaffe and apologized: I made a mistake and I wont deny the fact that Ive made a mistake. What I have done is very unacceptable. I apologize from the bottom of my heart. He explained that his posture inadvertently became a celebration that was racially and very intolerable.

The coachs club also disagreed with the gesture. We are very sorry for what happened on our own court. We do not support or tolerate such gestures, or the racist ideas behind them. The clubs official website has an eye-catching, anti racial movement black life is equally important logo, so far the team has not announced the punishment of the coach.