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Padres slugger Carlos Quentin rushed the mound and wrestled Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Zack Greinke to the ground after getting hit by a pitch Thursday night, leading to a benches-clearing brawl between the teams that left Greinke with a broken left collarbone.
Padres slugger Carlos Quentin rushed the mound and wrestled Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Zack Greinke to the ground after getting hit by a pitch Thursday night, leading to a bench-clearing brawl between the teams.
He walked into the dugout pumping his fist and accepting excited high-fives from his teammates. Tyler Clippard's job was done. A seventh-inning jam had been escaped, a one-run Nationals lead preserved.
Jamie Moyer is headed to the Hall of Fame.
Chris Carpenter needed a pick-me-up in the worst way. A bullpen that just sat back and watched the last time the St. Louis Cardinals ace pitched was ready for extended duty.
While the Washington Nationals have gone about losing six of their first seven games on this road trip, they've done it with a lack of timely hitting, wasted starting pitching and overall offensive ineffectiveness.
Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun has left Thursday night's game against the San Diego Padres in the fifth inning with a soreness in his left shoulder.
Outfielder Carlos Lee was back with the Houston Astros on Tuesday, still hurting from a collision with teammate Angel Sanchez that bruised the left side of his ribcage.
Astros left fielder Carlos Lee is scheduled to rejoin the team on Monday afternoon in Cincinnati after staying in Houston a day before to undergo tests after a rib injury.