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Topic - Brian O'Nora
Home plate umpire Brian O'Nora has left Arizona's game at St. Louis after three innings due to illness.
Dempster could still play if he appeals the penalty. Boston has off days Thursday and Monday, allowing him to serve the suspension while getting pushed back only a couple days in the Red Sox rotation.
Boston's Ryan Dempster accepted his punishment without admitting any misdeed.
Alex Rodriguez got hit by a fastball from Boston starter Ryan Dempster in the second inning Sunday night, setting off an angry scene at Fenway Park and leading to the ejection of New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi.
Umpire crew chief Brian O'Nora explains why a call was upheld on review to Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire in the third inning of a baseball game Cleveland Indians Wednesday, May 7, 2014, in Cleveland.
"The Red Sox didn't bring it to our attention, so there's nothing we can do about it," umpire crew chief Brian O'Nora said. "If they bring it to our attention, then you've got to do something."