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Arizona's Ian Kennedy dropped his appeal and began serving his
10-game suspension Monday.
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Diamondbacks pitcher Ian Kennedy has dropped his appeal of the 10-game suspension imposed due to his role in last Tuesday’s brawl with the Dodgers.
Third day in a row, and it was the same result as the Diamondbacks lost to the Padres 4-1 to complete the Padres’ series sweep Sunday afternoon.
Ian Kennedy has decided to drop his appeal in regards to the suspension given to him as punishment for beaning two Dodgers last week.
Ian Kennedy is scheduled to take the mound Sunday after appealing a 10-game suspension for his role in a bench-clearing brawl earlier this week. He could be in for a battle against the surging Padres.
The visiting Diamondbacks will look to avoid a three-game sweep against the Padres, who will be trying to gain even more ground on the NL West leaders.
While eight suspensions and...
PHOENIX -- Diamondbacks right-hander Ian Kennedy has dropped the appeal of his 10-game suspension from last Tuesday's brawl in Los Angeles and began serving it Monday, the team announced.
Kennedy is eligible to return June 29, and his absence means that, because of days off on Thursday and next Monday, the Diamondbacks will be less taxed in finding a replacement in the rotation...
Arizona's Ian Kennedy dropped his appeal and began serving his 10-game suspension Monday.
The team made the announcement just before the start of Monday night's game against Miami.
Kennedy got the most severe of the six suspensions stemming from the brawl between the Diamondbacks and Dodgers in Los Angeles last Tuesday. He was suspended after hitting Yasiem Puig and Zack...
In a somewhat surprising move, Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Ian Kennedy dropped the appeal of his 10-game suspension and will return to the mound on June 29 to face the Braves in Atlanta. The 28-year-old Kennedy (3-4, 5.21 ERA) was banned for throwing a heater at Zack Greinke’s noggin and inciting an ugly brawl with the Los Angeles Dodgers last Tuesday. With a couple of days to...
SAN DIEGO -- The Diamondbacks finished the most road-heavy portion of their 2013 schedule with the unshakeable impression that you cannot fight city hall. Two days after the D-backs thought too much was made of their part in a brawl in Los Angeles, they believed a critical call was overlooked in a 4-1 loss to the Padres on Sunday.
David Hernandez was certain he threw an inning-ending...