Found April 15, 2013 on
Jerry Hairston jr.
Los Angeles Dodgers
San Diego Padres
The Zack Greinke/Carlos Quentin/Dodgers/Padres debacle led to a lot of discussion and a couple of suspensions/fines: one for Quentin and one for Jerry Hairston Jr.
While Zack Greinke is expected to miss eight weeks after surgery to repair his broken left collarbone, Carlos Quentin of the Padres will miss eight games.
Jerry Hairston, who ran toward the Padres dugout after the initial melee died down, was suspended for one game.
Both Quentin and Hairston were fined an undisclosed amount, and both are appealing their suspensions. Both are starting in left field for their respective teams Friday night. Neither Greinke nor Matt Kemp, the other two players ejected, will be suspended.
For the best interests of both teams, MLB suggested to Quentin that he drop the appeal, and it was reported that he would. Yesterday, he did exactly that, and he will be suspended during the upcoming series.
Tim Federowicz, as expected, was optioned to AAA to clear room on the 25-man roster for the ret...
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Zack Greinke has a broken left collarbone because Carlos Quentin is an imbecile.
The initial timetable is eight weeks following surgery, and Greinke has traveled back to LA to visit with team doctor Neal ElAttrache and go under the knife.
A CT scan of the left clavicle showed that Greinke needs a rod placed to stabilize and align the fracture. The surgery will be performed Saturday...
Few seem to believe Carlos Quentin's contention that he was justified to charge Dodgers right-hander Zack Greinke -- least of all Major League Baseball, which suspended Quentin but not Greinke for Friday's bench-clearing brawl.
Well, Quentin might have a better argument than most of us initially perceived. Not an argument that excuses his reaction and breaking of Greinke...
Devastating news for Dodgers fans, their $147 million pitcher Zack Greinke will now miss 8 weeks after suffering a broken collarbone in the bench clearing brawl vs the Padres.
Via CBSSports the right-hander will have surgery to repair his fractured collarbone on Saturday. A rod will be inserted into his clavicle to stabilize and align the fracture. He is slated to miss 8 weeks...
San Diego Padres slugger Carlos Quentin has dropped his appeal and is beginning an eight-game suspension for rushing the mound and inciting a brawl in which Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke broke his left collarbone.
With the suspension starting with Sunday's game against Colorado, Quentin will miss the Padres' three-game series at Dodger Stadium beginning Monday...
What happened on Thursday night in San Diego was unfortunate. Now get over it.
Carlos Quentin’s decision to charge the mound was dumb. The ensuing brawl led to a suspension for him and, more importantly, a broken clavicle for Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke. But as unfortunate as Greinke’s injury is, there’s no reason it should have increased the suspension handed down to Quentin...
MLB doesn’t want to see things get ugly between the Dodgers and the Padres on Monday, and Bill Center of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports that the league will try to make their ruling by the time the series rolls around.
Major League Baseball is speeding up Carlos Quentin’s appeal of his eight-game suspension — a suspension that stems from his recent dust-up with Dodgers...
Probably the biggest baseball story of last week was Carlos Quentin charging the mound after a hit-by-pitch and in the process badly injuring Zack Greinke. At first it looked like Quentin had done something completely stupid, then after some additional consideration, it looked like Quentin had done something completely stupid and Greinke also hadn’t helped himself. (Nuance.) The...
Los Angeles Dodgers right-handed starting pitcher Zack
Greinke will undergo surgery on his broken collarbone today which will see a
rod placed in his clavicle to stabilize and align the fracture, according to
Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports. Rosenthal adds that the procedure is supposed to
carry with it a recovery period of eight weeks.
#Dodgers: Greinke will undergo surgery tomorrow...
After a disappointing loss last night on Jackie Robinson night, the Dodgers will look to get things back on track in game two of the three game series with the San Diego Padres. This will be the Dodgers’ first look at what life will be like for the next couple months without Zack Greinke in their rotation.
That starting pitching depth is looking pretty good now, right? After...