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“That’s their stuff now, at this point,” he said.

After the teams had started heading back to their benches and bullpens, Hairston went running across the field yelling and pointing at someone in the Padres’ dugout and had to be restrained. That led to more pushing and shoving, and nearly a second melee.

Hairston claimed a Padres player _ whom he wouldn’t name _ was making fun of the fact that Greinke had been injured.

Quentin and Hairston both played Friday night, pending appeal by the players’ association. Both players were fined as well.

No discipline was announced for Greinke or Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp, both ejected along with Quentin and Hairston.

Hairston had no comment on his penalty except to confirm he is appealing.

As for Quentin playing against the Dodgers next week in a series that begins Monday in Los Angeles, Hairston said the San Diego outfielder “has got every right to.”

“He’s got every right to appeal. That’s the process,” Hairston said. “I’m appealing it, too, you know. Maybe I should have served it today.”

Then he laughed.