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SAN DIEGO -- From a historical perspective, Ian Kennedy got manslaughter for jaywalking. Not only is Kennedys 10-game suspension for what Major League Baseball considered intentionally throwing at a batter the longest of its kind, it also flies in the face of recent precedent. You could look it up. Kennedys agent, Scott Boras, already has. Boras has ample evidence to support Kennedys appeal, which is sure to come and could be heard in the next three weeks, as the D-backs visit Washington, D.C., and New York on a road trip from June 25-July 4. "Weve done our research," Boras said Saturday. Certain to be among the cases cited: -- Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco was suspended eight games, recently reduced after appeal to seven, when he was cited for intentionally throwing at the Yankees Kevin Youkilis on April 12. It was Carrascos second offense; he had recently rejoined Cleveland after serving a five-game suspension for a 2011 incident in which he was said to hav...
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