Suspensions Handed Down For "Down Goes Anderson!" Fight

It's the baseball call that has quickly gone legendary. In case you missed it, THE FIGHT between Jose Ramirez and Tim Anderson this weekend led to this unforgettable call by Cleveland Guardians radio play-by-play man Tom Hamilton.

Hamilton reacted immediately to recall the legendary Howard Cosell's call of Joe Frazier being knocked out by George Foreman back in boxing's heavyweight heyday in the '70s.

And now MLB has handed down the inevitable suspensions, with Anderson getting dinged for six games (in addition to the humility and any possible concussion he's suffering from). Ramriez gets three games. 

Others to get one game include Cleveland reliever Emmanuel Clase along with managers Terry Francona and Pedro Grifol, and Guardians coach Mike Sarbaugh. 

As for the "DOWN GOES ANDERSON" call, it's now a meme all over baseball. It's already on T-shirts, and even on the back of jerseys:

Tim Anderson has some memorable moments in his career, including his Field of Dreams homer into the corn stalks. But at this point, the only thing he'll likely ever be remembered for, is being this generation's Joe Frazier.