Unintentionally onto the field with a telephone in his pocket prior this month was second baseman Rodolfo Castro.
Because of a circumstance in which Castro entered the field while conveying a mobile phone in his pocket, Major League Baseball has suspended Castro for one game.
Castro is an infielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates. During a game against the Diamondbacks on August 9,
at the point when he slid into third base, the telephone got out of his back pocket and onto the field. As indicated by ESPN's Jeff Passan, Castro is challenging the punishment.
After the game, Castro immediately apologized and let the media know that a minor misstep had caused the issue.
Castro told Pittsburgh's media through a translator, "I believe there's no expert ballplayer that could at any point go out there with any expectations of taking a cell phone.