Chan Ho Park, Tim Belcher, Dodgers, Angels

Chan Ho Park didn't like the way the Angels' Tim Belcher tagged him after a sacrifice bunt; that led to words, which led to shoves, which led to Park trying to kick Belcher while falling over. Park was ejected; but Belcher wasn't, and that turned out to be a good thing for the Dodgers. Devon White hit a grand slam off Belcher in the sixth inning, and the Dodgers won, 7-4, at Dodger Stadium.
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( Reed Saxon / Associated Press / June 5, 1999 )

Chan Ho Park didn't like the way the Angels' Tim Belcher tagged him after a sacrifice bunt; that led to words, which led to shoves, which led to Park trying to kick Belcher while falling over. Park was ejected; but Belcher wasn't, and that turned out to be a good thing for the Dodgers. Devon White hit a grand slam off Belcher in the sixth inning, and the Dodgers won, 7-4, at Dodger Stadium.

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