Josh Reddick called out fans of the New York Yankees after Game 3 of the ALCS on Tuesday night.
The Houston Astros outfielder says fans at Yankee Stadium were throwing water bottles, baseballs and other objects onto the field.
"You throw a baseball hard enough and hit somebody in the head when they're not looking, it could do some damage to the player, so it's definitely disrespectful and at the same time very unsafe," Reddick said.
Fans erupted after a replay review changed Edwin Encarnacion's infield hit leading off the eighth to a groundout.
"I don't think fans realize when they do that that you could hit a player. You hit a baseball player with a baseball from the third deck, it's got a little bit of movement on it, so it can definitely do some damage to you, and it's frustrating to see as a player in the outfield," Reddick said. "I saw water bottles and, like, two baseballs. There were two souvenir baseballs thrown in center and left field. I got all the water bottles in right."