Larry Walker Thinks He ‘Saw Satan’ in Alfredo Aceves’ Eyes While Restraining Pitcher During WBC Brawl


Mar 9, 2013

Alfredo Aceves comes off as a scary dude.

Not only does Aceves throw gas when he’s on the mound, but he also has a rather intimidating aura about him, which is enough for most guys to refrain from picking a fight with the Red Sox right-hander.

Canadian outfielder Tyson Gillies apparently didn’t get the memo, though. Or perhaps the Phillies minor leaguer has a death wish. Either way, he wanted a piece of Aceves during the World Baseball Classic brawl between Team Canada and Team Mexico on Saturday.

Gillies appeared to go after Aceves in the scrum, which only increased the mayhem at Arizona’s Chase Field. After Aceves was wrestled to the ground, the veteran hurler sprung up and looked for revenge, at which point Canada coach and former major leaguer Larry Walker tried to restrain him.

“I had a hold of him, and I think I saw Satan in his eyes,” Walker said of Aceves while speaking with reporters after the game.

Again, scary.

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Click here to see the huge brawl >>

Click here to read Mexico manager Rick Renteria’s comments >>

Click here to see Canada pitching coach Denis Boucher get hit by a bottle >>

Click here to read about a possible suspension for Aceves >>

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