Video: Zach Greinke vs. Carlos Quentin. Round 1. FIGHT!


It was an ugly incident in San Diego’s Petco Park last night. No, Kony 2012 filmmaker Jason Russell did not run onto the field naked and start jackin’ it. It was a bench-clearing brawl between Los Angeles and San Diego that not only left Dodgers pitcher Zack Grienke with a broken collarbone, but – even more alarmingly – reminded everyone that the Padres still exist.

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Zach Greinke on the brawl: “That escalated quickly. Carlos Quentin killed a guy. I mean I didn’t see a body or anything but I’m pretty sure he killed a guy. He should be put in jail. Send him to San Quentin, he’s perfect for that place. I think it’s named after one of his relatives or something.”

The tensions even spilled over into the players’ parking lot after the game when San Diego’s Carlos Quentin asked Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp, “Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?” Kemp replied by telling him that the forthcoming beatdown would be brought to him by the letters F and U. Let’s go to the tale of the tape:

Matt Kemp


Carlos Quentin







2nd, 2011

MVP Credentials

LOL…he’s a Padre

Finalist for “MLB13 The Show” cover

Video Games Honors

Finalist for “Lucha Libre Heroes Del Ring” cover

San Diego is scheduled to visit Los Angeles for a three-game set starting Monday. Sources say that the Dodgers are feverishly trying to complete a trade for bat-wielding Cubs prospect Jorge Soler in advance of that series. Dodgers fans are so eagerly anticipating the rematch that many season ticket holders are rearranging their schedules to be able to show up for Monday’s contest as early as the 2nd inning.

In retrospect, this will either prove to be a horrible black eye for Major League Baseball or a remarkable viral marketing campaign for “Anchorman: The Legend Continues”.


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