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Dylan Hernandez: Some are not happy with Gurriel's dugout squint

HOUSTON - Yuri Gurriel blasted a Yu Darvish fastball into the left-field stands at Minute Maid Park and social media went into a frenzy.

Not because of the home run, but because of what he did when he returned to the Houston Astros' bench.

Fox's television cameras caught Gurriel pulling back the corner of his eyes while mouthing the word "chinito," which translates to something along the lines of "little Chinese boy." Darvish is from Japan.

My initial reaction: OK, that's kind

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