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Reds' Jack Fraley tells fans to 'shut up'

Jack Fraley (US AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Cincinnati Reds outfielder Jack Fraley fights with a group of Phillies fans during Thursday night’s game at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia Intense conversation.

Twitter user Chris Devine captured the argument, which included Fraley telling one person to “shut up:” Chris Devine @cdevine95

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Devine later provided an update, saying that others in the crowd believed that Fraley’s wife and children were mentioned, even though he didn’t hear it directly.

Cincinnati Enquirer Multiple fans in the section were escorted out by security after Dave Clark of reported the incident.

Fraley did not disclose the situation to reporters after the game, and the Phillies won 4-0.

The 27-year-old outfielder was traded to the Reds from the Seattle Mariners in March.

After being drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays, he spent the first three seasons of his major league career with the M. He was born in Maryland, in Caravel, Delaware, less than an hour from Philadelphia. College, then played college baseball at LSU. Thursday’s game ended a four-game series. The Reds will not return to Citizens Bank Park this season.

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