Upon further review regarding the Dodgers-Diamondbacks melee, I'm more worried about Yasiel Puig, less worried about Zack Greinke and astonished that baseball doesn't ban bench-clearing brawls.
I'm more worried about Puig, not only because he injured his throwing (punching?) shoulder in Tuesday night's donnybrook, but also because was out of control during the fight, renewing questions about his makeup that date back to his time in Cuba.
I'm less worried about Greinke because he acted out of obligation to his teammates by retaliating and because he reduced his chance of getting hurt, declining to charge the mound after the Diamondbacks' Ian Kennedy hit him, then steering clear of the ensuing brawl.
And I'm astonished that baseball allows such nonsense to continue when leagues such as the NBA and NHL have taken clear steps to prevent fights from escalating -- the NBA by instituting a rule that players cannot leave the bench, the NHL by penalizing the first man to intervene (third ...