Join Times Dodgers writer Dylan Hernandez at 10:30 a.m. today as he discusses Tuesday's brawl between the Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks.
As Times Dodgers blogger Steve Dilbeck wrote earlier today,
"It really should have been over at the point," said Manager Don Mattingly.
"But Ian Kennedy then hit Greinke. Pitchers don't normally hit pitchers in these things. They're sort of a protected animal. Like a goalie.
"Yet if the Dodgers were upset that Greinke was hit, what really got their emotions boiling was that like Puig – hit in the face (nose) – Kennedy's pitch came at his head.
"I've never seen a pitcher throw at two different guys' heads before," said utility man Skip Schumaker. "It's dangerous. It's different if it's a beanball war.