Brawl erupts between Rockies and Padres MLB game

Brawl erupts between Rockies and Padres MLB game

Brawl erupts between Rockies and Padres MLB game

The Colorado Rockies star third baseman Nolan Arenado will likely face a suspension from Major League Baseball after his actions in a wild brawl Wednesday, in which he threw punches after almost being hit by a pitch.

Once things calmed down, the umpires made a decision to crack the whip and eject Perdomo, Ellis, Arenado, Marquez and Parra. Eventually, Arenado caught up to the backpedaling Perdomo and unleashed a right hook.

The brawl came on the heels of two Padres outfielders getting hit by pitches during the series - Manuel Margot on Tuesday and Hunter Renfroe earlier in Wednesday's game. He went on the disabled list Wednesday.

Arenado charged the mound, threw a punch and was ejected. A number of players were trying to get him to calm down.

BREWERS 3, CARDINALS 2: Matt Albers got his first save for Milwaukee, retiring Kolten Wong and Dexter Fowler to strand a pair of runners, and the Brewers beat host St. Louis, which has lost 3 of 4 series this season. Franchy Cordero led off the inning with a solo homer to center. Colorado's big hits were an RBI single by Carlos Gonzalez and a two-run single by catcher Tony Wolters.

MARINERS 4, ROYALS 2: Kyle Seager hit a go-ahead homer with two outs in the eighth inning, and Seattle held on to beat Kansas City and wrap up a 4-3 trip that covered 10 days and about 5,200 miles. But soon after, the Rockies would storm out to a 5-0 lead. Host Cleveland scored four runs in the fourth off Daniel Norris, who replaced Zimmermann. Closer Wade Davis pitched a ideal ninth, with two strikeouts, to record his fifth overall save, his first at Coors Field.

Orioles 5, Blue Jays 3: Jonathan Schoop had two RBIs and Kevin Gausman pitched six solid innings for host Baltimore. The two teams play again in Denver starting on April 23.

The Rangers' Elvis Andrus broke his right elbow when hit by a pitch from Keynan Middleton in the ninth inning. They won the baseball game and the fight.

Jaime Barria (1-0) allowed one hit, a home run, over five innings to win his major league debut.

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