New York Yankees fans throw debris towards Cleveland Guardians outfielders following a game in an incident “that can’t happen”.

NEW YORK — A crowd of fans pelted the right-field bleachers. Cleveland GuardiansIn chaotic scenes moments, outfielders are seen carrying cans, bottles and debris. Isiah Kiner-FalefaAnd pinch-hitter Gleyber TorresTo lift the trophy, he scored run-scoring hits in the ninth inning with two outs New York YankeesIt was a 6-5 victory for Saturday.

This isn't a time to celebrate, Aaron JudgeYankees teammates raced towards the wall in right-center baseball, trying to calm crowds as security personnel joined them.

Cleveland closer Emmanuel Clase(0-2) was only one strike away from keeping a 5-4 lead. Kiner-Falefa hit an 100 mph fastball for the tying run. Rookie left fielder Steven KwanHe ran into the wall hard chasing the ball, and was shaken up when his trainer arrived to check him.

Play was halted for Cleveland right fielder before it resumed. Oscar Mercadopointed at the stands or center fielder Myles StrawTo confront at least one fan face-to-face, he climbed the chain-link fence left. A fan near him made a derogatory gesture.

Terry Francona of Cleveland, manager, stated that no one can throw things at his players. He also acknowledged that the Guardians got a bit emotional towards the end. “That's not OK.

Torres was next and lined a single right-center to win the game. Several people began throwing objects at Straw as Mercado chased Straw in the gap.

Aaron Boone, Yankees manager said that there is no place to throw stuff on the field when it's this situation. “I will get more clarity, but we don't want anyone to be in danger.

Yankees players first ran to Torres on basepaths to celebrate and then ran to outfield to quell the disturbance.

Kiner-Falefa said that he didn't know what was happening, but that it couldn't happen. This is his first season as a Yankees player. “I love the atmosphere, the fans, everything about them. But we win with class.

The Yankees won the fifth game in a row and scored their second walk off win after a rare bullpen meltdown.

Boone stated, “We love the intensity.” “But, obviously, you can't be throwing stuff out there on the field.”

Chad GreenAllowed a 2-run homer Austin HedgesCleveland was 4-3 ahead with the two outs of the eighth. Miguel CastroTo win, (1-0), he threw a scoreless ninth.

This report was compiled by the Associated Press.

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