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- Updated: June 11, 2013
Let me set the scene: in the bottom of the sixth inning, Diamondbacks starting pitcher Ian Kennedy plunked Dodgers phenom Yasiel Puig in the head (it looked unintentional, see below). Puig stayed in the game after being checked out by trainers. In the top of the seventh, Zack Greinke returned the favor and drilled D’Backs catcher Miguel Montero.
And then Don Mattingly chose to leave Greinke in the game to hit in the seventh to face Kennedy. And this happened.
The Dodgers’ Ronald Bellasario (white frames in his glasses and bullpen jacket) going berzerk early. Mattingly threw D’Backs bench coach Alan Trammell to the ground. Then former greats Matt Williams, Mark McGwire, Kirk Gibson, Mattingly and Trammell converged.
Puig went nuts (again) around the 1:40 mark.
Enough talk. Here’s the video.
Bud Selig’s office will be busy. Gibson, McGwire, Kennedy, Puig and Turner Ward were ejected. Stay tuned.
Here is a GIF of what started this – Puig getting hit in the face by an Ian Kennedy 92 mph fastball.