TORONTO -- Brett Lawrie has apologized to the Blue Jays after an angry dugout exchange with manager John Gibbons. Lawrie was fired up after teammate Adam Lind was held by third base coach Luis Rivera on Lawries fly ball during the ninth inning of Sundays 6-5 victory over the Baltimore Orioles. When he returned to the dugout, Lawrie and Gibbons yelled at each other as Jose Bautista stepped in to talk down the third baseman from Langley, B.C. The argument became a moot point shortly after when Munenori Kawasaki hit a two-run double to win the game for Toronto. Lawrie declined to speak to media before Mondays game against the Atlanta Braves, but he addressed his teammates privately. Gibbons said hed spoken to Lawrie and considered the matter settled. "Its over with. We dealt with it. Weve just moved on," said Gibbons. Bautista also tried to downplay the exchange, and repeated he believed Lawrie had been confused by what was happening on the field. "Everyone noticed his reaction was not the best," said Bautista. "But I talked to him and I understood that he got confused a little bit. Caught up in the moment, thats it. Its in the past. It got addressed. Shouldnt be any problem moving forward." Lind, not known for his speed, said hed already made his mind up to stop at third. "Thank God I didnt go, Id probably have been out." "I know (Lawrie) wants the RBI," added Lind. "He wants to drive in runs to help his team win ballgames. Sometimes the smart thing to do is be conservative, especially when youre behind." Lawrie, who is batting .199 with five homers and 14 RBI in 36 games, is known for his fiery temper and all-out style of play that has sometimes gotten him into trouble since making his major-league debut with the Blue Jays in 2011. "His intensity is what makes him good. So I dont think that he should not play with intensity or dial it down," said Bautista. The Blue Jays announced that Lawrie was day-to-day with a leg injury after stealing second base in the sixth inning of Mondays game against the Atlanta Braves. Mark DeRosa pinch ran for Lawrie after the third baseman advanced to third on Emilio Bonifacios ground out. It was an eventful series for Lawrie. The 23-year-old was also ejected from Fridays game following a strikeout when he dumped his helmet and tossed his batting gloves in a manner that umpire Dan Bellino took offence to. Gibbons was also ejected for coming to Lawries defence. On Monday, Gibbons reiterated he didnt think his argument with Lawrie was a big deal. "I like Brett. Im glad we have him," said Gibbons. "I think hes going to be a good player, a real good player for a lot of years. It just blew up on him yesterday but its over with as far as Im concerned." Air Max Sale Canada . 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The World Anti-Doping Agency provisionally suspended the Moscow Antidoping Center on Sunday, saying its operations must improve or a six-month ban on the facilitys accreditation will be imposed.The body which owns and runs Londons Olympic Stadium has been ordered to publish the terms of its lease with West Ham United. The Premier League club has been granted a 99-year lease on the stadium starting next season.The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) and the Hammers had wanted the details of the agreement to remain private, with the former appealing against an earlier decision ordering full financial terms to be published. The LLDC still has one more right of appeal in a bid to overturn the decision of the Information Commissioner.Among the information not yet made public is:How much has the stadium cost West Ham to hire?What are its maintenance costs?What happens if the club is sold by its current owners? West Ham revealed plans for giant screens around the exterior of the Olympic Stadium last month The LLDC will now decide whether to make one final appeal against the decision of the Information Commissioner.An LLDC spokesperson said: We are disappointed by the Tribunals decision. We have already published the vast majority of the contract and only undertook this appeal following very clear legal advice that to release the remaining details could significantly impact the Stadiums ability to act competitively. The ruling will result in significant challenges given the commercial realities of a highly competitive market, which could amount to many millions of pounds being lost over the term of a 99-year deal. We are considering the judgement very carefully before we decide on the next steps to take.However, West Ham insist they are happy for the publication of the lease while reiterating the positive impact the move will have on the local area.A West Ham United spokeesman said: We have always been clear that we have nothing to hide and, aside from the private details of our shareholders, we would be happy for the whole contract to be published.dddddddddddd. West Ham will leave their home at Upton Park at the end of the season Although todays ruling against the LLDC does not affect West Ham United in any way and we were not party to the original application or indeed the appeal, we understand the LLDCs concern that it could impact on their ability to negotiate future contracts.It should be remembered that West Ham United were named anchor concessionaire of the Stadium after a fair, transparent and robust process open to any organisation in the world. We were unanimously chosen as we offered the best deal for the taxpayer and the only option for a true and lasting legacy for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.Our increase in capacity to 60,000 means we will bring 1.5 million visitors to the park each year, demonstrating the unique and vital role we will play in the Stadiums ongoing success.Put simply, without West Ham United, the former Olympic Stadium would cost the taxpayer millions of pounds a year, with us it will return hundreds of millions of pounds to the public purse over the course of the contract.Both Tottenham Hotspur and Leyton Orient had objected to the use of the stadium by West Ham, while the LLDC has denied that taxpayers money will be used to cover a number of the day-to-day costs required to run the concern. Also See: West Ham video No Sakho row with club or manager Bilic: Carroll for England West Ham fixtures ' ' '