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In triple-A minor league baseball action Saturday, an ugly bench clearing brawl erupted between the Albuquerque Isotopes (affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers) and Memphis RedBirds (affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals).
It happened in the bottom of the fourth inning when RedBirds pitcher Maikel Cleto hit Isotopes batter Justin Sellers up high right after giving up a home run to Jeremy Moore. Eight players were ejected from the game, along with managers on both teams, with suspensions likely to follow.
Video via MILB.com. H/T BLS.
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