NEW YORK – Angel Hernandez, who’s suing Main League Baseball for racial discrimination, will preside over the Nationwide League Division Sequence between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres.
Cuba-born Hernandez sued in July 2017, claiming he hadn’t been assigned to the World Sequence since 2005 and was now not promoted to guide a crew. The case can be tried within the US District Court docket in Manhattan.
Hernandez was named interim crew chief this season after a dozen umps determined to hang around amid the coronavirus pandemic. Throughout a 2018 Boston-New York American League Division Sequence recreation, Hernandez had three calls undone on retest foundation on first base.
Mark Carlson, Jerry Meals, Invoice Miller and Mark Wegner can be crew chiefs for the division collection, the commissioner’s workplace mentioned on Monday.
David Rackley will edit the report for the ALDS kick-off in Tampa Bay-New York on Monday in San Diego, together with CB Bucknor (first), Carlson (second), Todd Tichenor (third), Marvin Hudson (left area) and Mike Estabrook (proper area)).
Tripp Gibson will edit the report for the ALDS prelude in Oakland-Houston in Los Angeles, along with Ed Hickox (first), Meals (second), Laz Diaz (third), Ron Kulpa (left) and Adrian Johnson (proper).
Lance Barrett will edit the report for Dodgers-Padres’ NLDS opener Tuesday in Arlington, Texas with Hernandez (first), Miller (second), Doug Eddings (third), Alfonso Marquez (left) and Quinn Wolcott ( proper).
Andy Fletcher will edit the report for the NLDS kick-off in Atlanta-Miami in Houston, along with Dan Bellino (first), Wegner (second), Invoice Welke (third), Chris Guccione (left) and Stu Scheurwater (proper).
Division Sequence umpires could be chosen for the World Sequence.
Adam Hamari, Brian Knight, D.J. Reyburn and Carlos Torres would be the repeat judges within the commissioner’s workplace in New York.