PHOENIX -- Next up: the resumption of the Diamondbacks-Dodgers rivalry.
The teams will meet in a three-game series that starts Monday at Chase Field, 27 days after an on-field brawl that led to a 10-game suspension for Arizona starter Ian Kennedy and these parting words from Los Angeles reliever Ronald Belisario: "It's not over."
Suffice it to say the Diamondbacks do not feel threatened.
"I don't know what that means. It is not over in the season? Is it not over to hit people?" catcher Miguel Montero said.
"I really don't care what he says. I don't even care who he is. He's nobody. I'm not even going to waste time talking about that guy. It is worthless for me. If he hits me, hit me. I'm going to run to first. I'm not going to start a fight. If he hits me, hopefully (Major League Baseball will) do something about it if he does. We're looking forward to playing another series. We have to move on."
Emotions heightened after a Kennedy pitch grazed Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig's nose...