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What would a Zach Greinke start be for the Los Angeles Dodgers without a few hit batters and a brawl? But this time it wasn’t him instigating. Last night’s starting pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks Ian Kennedy, has actually hit more batters than anyone (22) since the start of the 2012 season. And last night was no different.
Check out the videos of what happened after the jump.
Here’s the recap the events leading up to the brawl:
Superstar rookie Yasiel Puig was hit in the face by a Kennedy fastball in the 6th inning (and miraculously stayed in the game)
In the Top of the 7th inning, Greinke hits Miguel Montero to retaliate.
In the Top of the 7th inning, all hell breaks loose when Kennedy smokes Greinke in the head with a fastball
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It's not surprising that in the middle of the epic, WWE-style fracas between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks Tuesday night was Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke.
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Zack Greinke then followed that up the next inning by hitting Miguel Montero in the back.
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