Phillies manager Charlie Manuel and umpire Bob Davidson, embroiled in a heated nose-to-nose exchange during Tuesday's game between Philadelphia and Houston, each received a one-game suspension from Major League Baseball on Friday.
Both will serve their suspensions immediately. The Phillies are to play the Red Sox and Davidson will miss the Twins-Brewers game in Milwaukee. A Minor League call-up umpire will fill his spot.
Davidson was suspended for repeated violations of the Office of the Commissioner's standards for situation handling, MLB said in announcing the penalty.
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