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Detroit Tigers minor league pitcher Warwick Saupold was arrested in Ohio over the weekend and charged with assault, a Lucas County Corrections officer confirmed to ESPN. Cheap Old Skool Vans For Sale .com on Tuesday night.Saupold was involved in a fight that took place following an incident at the Bronze Boar bar in Toledo, Ohio, and also involved two Pittsburgh Pirates minor leaguers -- infielder Gift Ngoepe and pitcher Dovydas Neverauskas.Were aware of the situation, Tigers vice president of player development Dave Littlefield?told ESPN.com when reached by phone Tuesday evening. Were going to let the legal justice system take its course. And really, no further comments about that.?Saupold has retained a lawyer, though it is not clear if this incident will present any immigration or visa issues for the Australian.According to Toledo Municipal Court Records, Saupold is due back in court for assault charge on Sept. 13 at 9 a.m. He was released from jail on bond Sunday morning and arraigned Monday.Saupolds agent and attorney both declined to comment on the case. Efforts to reach Saupold were unsuccessful.The 26-year-old Saupold, a native of Perth, Australia, was 1-1 with a 7.45 ERA in six games with the Tigers this season. He was optioned to the clubs Triple-A affiliate in Toledo earlier this month.According to the arrest report from the Toledo Police Department, obtained by ESPN.com, Saupold was arrested after a brawl that occurred at 20 S. Huron St. stemming from an argument among Saupold, Ngoepe, Neverauskas and 25-year-old bar patron Andrey Goncharuk?that began at the Bronze Boar bar.Saupold was arrested after two TPD officers witnessed Saupold punch Goncharuk in the face with a closed right fist.Saupold was arrested and charged with assault [simple] knowingly attempt or cause physical harm to another or anothers unborn.Ngoepe and Neverauskas, who appeared in the Indianapolis Indians 2-0 win over the Toledo Mud Hens on Saturday, were also arrested.According to the police report, Neverauskas began yelling obscenities at the two officers, and Ngoepe tried to physically prevent one of the officers from arresting Saupold.Goncharuk was also charged with assault.Ngoepe, from South Africa,?and Neverauskas, from Lithuania, have been suspended by the Pirates for the last seven days of Triple-A Indianapolis season.In a statement,?Pirates general manager Neal Huntington said the organization is extremely disappointed.The incident between the players and the patron, according to witnesses cited in the police report, began when the three players were informed by the bartender that it was last call and they became disgruntled.Ngoepe, according to the report, began yelling at a female bartender after he was asked to dispose of his drink, which prompted Goncharuk to step in and push Ngoepe to the floor. Goncharuk waited inside the bar for 15 minutes after the three players left, but they remained outside, then began pushing each other, and cops were called.The Bronze Boars owner, John Orr, said he was not inside the bar when the incident took place but was informed by his staff that the players were behaving poorly and were upset about being told to dispose of their drinks and leave.?He said he has since reviewed the security camera footage of the incident.The ballplayers were belligerent sons of b------, Orr said when reached by phone by ESPN. Vans Old Skool Wholesale China .B. - Sebastien Auger made 44 saves as the Saint John Sea Dogs edged the visiting Acadie-Bathurst Titan 2-1 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Cheap Old Skool Shoes Online . Defenceman Yannick Weber scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period and the Canucks breathed a sigh of relief with a 2-1 win on Saturday night. http://www.oldskoolcheap.com/ . Meanwhile, there were huge victories for Sunderland and West Ham over fellow relegation rivals, leaving the battle to avoid the drop up for grabs with the bottom 11 teams separated by just six points. Eden Hazard and Fernando Torres scored second-half goals to seal a fourth straight victory for Chelsea, which climbed above Arsenal and Manchester City in the standings ahead of their games on Monday and Sunday respectively. Mid laner Fabian Febiven Diepstraten has signed an agreement to re-join H2K Gaming following his departure from fellow European League Championship Series team Fnatic, sources close to the team and player tell ESPN.Febiven will replace former H2K mid laner Yoo Ryu Sang-ook, who parted ways with the organization following his contract expiration last week. Ryus destination is currently undetermined, however, sources say he is looking at offers across multiple regions, including Europe, South Korea and North America.The deal was set to be announced Sunday but was barred by Fnatic, who intends to announce its roster on Dec. 1 at its BUNKR esports store in London, according to sources. Febivens contract with Fnatic expired Nov. 21.Febiven initially left H2K in December 2014 to join Fnatic after it qualified for the League Chammpionship Series via the 2015 European LCS Promotion Tournament. Old Skool Shoes Sale. He was then replaced on the H2K roster by former KT Rolster Bullets mid laner Ryu, who has competed with the team since.The move to sign Febiven comes after H2K Gaming took third-fourth at the League of Legends World Championship following a loss to finalist Samsung Galaxy. 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