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Ah, minor league baseball. Another season began last week and thousands continued their journeys towards a potential major league career. Today, we discuss the debuts of several high profile National League pitching prospects and then unlikely story of Tommy John survivor attempting to overcome ...
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This post is going to be short and sweet, but given what transpired last night and David Temple’s plea to Quentin on Tuesday, I got curious about where the pitch locations of Carlos Quentin‘s HBPs actually have been. We all know he hangs over the plate, and that he gets hit by a lot of pitches, so I asked Jeff Zimmerman to query out PITCHF/x data and create a plot of where Quentin...
That is no typo. Greinke out with no timetable.
Pitching in just his second game as a Dodger, Co-Ace Zach Greinke suffered a collar bone fracture during a scuffle with Hit By Pitch King, Carlos Quentin. Quentin, who has lead the majors for two seasons was plunked during a 3-2 count in the 5th and charged the mound. In a surprise to catcher A.J. Ellis, who was steps behind Quentin...
Carlos Quentin has reason to think that his getting hit by a pitch was intentional. But Zack Greinke also has plenty of reason to prove it was not.
Either way, the benches emptied twice Thursday night for one of the biggest brawls in recent Major League Baseball history, with Greinke taking home a broken collarbone and Quentin finally relieving his aggression after getting plunked...
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Zack Greinke paid a severe price for standing up to Carlos Quentin on Thursday.
The Dodgers revealed after their 3-2 win over the San Diego Padres that Greinke suffered a broken left collarbone during his fight with Quentin that resulted in a bench-clearing brawl.
Greinke hit Quentin with a pitch in the sixth inning, and the Padres outfielder...
The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres were having a seemingly normal baseball game last night when things went horrible wrong. Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke hit the Padres’ Carlos Quentin and Quentin subsequently charged the mound. The resulting brawl resulted in a broken collarbone for the Dodgers’ $147 million pitcher. Thanks to Gamedayr for [...]
Normally, baseball brawls aren't exactly the most exciting but last night, the San Diego Padres and the Los Angeles Dodgers got into on epic one.
It happened in the fifth inning of play as Dodgers pitcher Zach Grienke hit Carlos Quentin in the elbow with a pitch.
Carlos wasn't exactly happy about getting hit and decided to charge the mound to take his frustrations out...
On Thursday, Carlos Quentin started a massive brawl when he charged the mound against Los Angeles Dodgers starter Zach Greinke.
The Dodger and Padres had one of the more memorable fights in recent years Thursday night, and it appears that the fun is not over yet.
In case you missed it, Dodgers starting pitcher Zach Greinke nailed Padres hitter Carlos Quentin in the shoulder with a pitch. Quentin paused for a moment and appeared as if he was going to do the right thing and just take his base. Then he charged...
San Diego Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin charged the mound, breaking Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke's collarbone in the ensuing brawl.
Burch Smith turned in another dominant performance for the Missions, but the club lost another pitchers' duel. Max Fried got a ton of offense to back his masterpiece. Tucson and Elsinore each continued their early-season slides.
FORT WAYNE, IN- The Fort Wayne Tincaps (5-3) used some early offense and solid pitching to drop the Lake County Captains (1-6) to their sixth straight loss by a final score of 9-1 on Friday night.
The starting pitcher matchup featured two left-handed prospects from previous drafts. Max Fried (1-0, 1.00 ERA), the first round draft pick of the Padres in 2012, made his second start...