Padres, Rockies Players Brawl in Denver After Fastball Almost Hits Batter

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During the third inning of the final game of a heated NL West series, Rockies star third baseman Nolan Arenado and Padres starting pitcher Luis Perdomo were ejected.

Once things calmed down, the umpires chose to crack the whip and eject Perdomo, Ellis, Arenado, Marquez and Parra. Some, or all of those players might also face fines from Major League Baseball.

The New York-Boston game saw tension building between the traditional rivals, inning-by-inning, until it escalated into a massive brawl that got three players and a coach ejected, ESPN reported. He went on the disabled list Wednesday.

Wednesday, Perdomo hit Trevor Story with a pitch in the first inning; that was followed by Marquez beaning Hunter Renfroe in the second.

Arenado charged the mound at Perdomo; Perdomo then threw his glove at Arenado.

Brewers 3, Cardinals 2 • In St. Louis, Matt Albers got his first save for Milwaukee, retiring Kolten Wong and Dexter Fowler to strand a pair of runners.

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The source added: "Immediately after [the birth], she plans on leaving Cleveland and never returning". According to the site, she worked with a Los Angeles attorney to secure the video and destroy it.

The Padres explained that several of their players were hit, and that Perdomo has the right to pitch inside. Roark is 27-19 with one save, a 3.45 ERA, a 1.218 WHIP, 111 walks and 301 strikeouts over 367.2 innings in 75 career appearances, 54 starts, at Nationals Park.

Cordero atoned with a solo homer as part of San Diego's three-run the sixth.

Orioles 5, Blue Jays 3: Jonathan Schoop had two RBIs and Kevin Gausman pitched six solid innings for host Baltimore.

Angels 7, Rangers 2: In Arlington, Texas, Shohei Ohtani had an RBI single that put Los Angeles ahead to stay, and the Angels improved to 10-3 for the first time since 1982.

Chaos broke out four innings later when a fastball from Red Sox reliever Joe Kelly hit Austin in the back of his left elbow, ESPN said.

Cubs 13, Pirates 5: Javier Baez homered twice for the second straight day and scored the go-ahead run on a daring dash around the bases, helping host Chicago pound Pittsburgh.

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