This basebrawl, which went down between the Reds’ and Marlins’ single-A affiliates last week (with video only emerging yesterday), is already an excellent one: Roundhouse punches everywhere, coaches and managers raining blows on each other, total chaos. It’s made even better for having taken place on Camp Day,…
Yesterday’s game between the Corpus Christi Hooks and the Frisco RoughRiders—the Double A affiliates of the Houston Astros and Texas Rangers, respectively—got out of hand in a damn hurry.
Summer may already be half over, but finally—finally—we have a good basebrawl.
The Memphis Redbirds hosted the New Orleans Zephyrs this evening for some AAA action, and they treated their guests to a very spicy basebrawl. Apparently, Jose Urena tried to bean Jeremy Hazelbaker in the fifth inning, he charged the mound, and it was on.
I can’t recall a player or a team being so unrepentant—so proud—of a bench-clearing brawl as Manny Machado and the Orioles were of Machado charging the mound and delivering a haymaker/DDT combo. But then, I can’t recall a player that so many around baseball have wanted to see take a punch to the face more than Yordano…
After throwing at him earlier in the game, Yordano Ventura plunked Manny Machado in the fifth inning, prompting Machado to quickly remove his helmet, limp to the mound, and light into Ventura. It looks like he landed a decent string of punches before he got pulled off the Royals pitcher.
I believe with my whole heart that the seventh inning of last year’s ALDS Game 5—the non-interference throw back to the pitcher, the baby-soaking beer rain, Elvis Andrus’s meltdown, and ohmygod that bat flip—is the most entertaining inning of baseball ever played. That seven months later it is still providing us with…
Toronto and Texas brawled in the top of the eighth as punches were flying while the ball was still bouncing around the field. We’re waiting on a good video replay; for now, enjoy this feed from Fox Sports Southwest and KRLD.
At this Friday’s Kentucky Oaks, the bros in attendance were feeling feisty.
Europe’s top wheelchair basketball tournament came to a violent halt in Zwickau, Germany Saturday as 60 fans attacked each other with knives and baseball bats during a game between Turkish rivals Galatasaray and Beşiktaş, according to Die Welt.
Here we have two junior hockey teams—the Flin Flon Bombers in white, and the Weyburn Red Wings in red—getting into a postgame brawl because one of the Red Wings players tried to make off with a severed moose leg that was tossed onto the ice by Bombers fans. A moose leg!
The Chinese Basketball Association finals are underway, and the Sichuan Blue Whales hold a 2-1 series lead after beating the Liaoning Leopards in Game 3. When the Leopards returned to their team hotel after the loss, they found a group of Blue Whales fans waiting for them, at which point a big ol’ brawl broke out.
There’s no such thing as a friendly between Boca Juniors and River Plate. Every Superclásico is an opportunity for the bitter crosstown rivals to humiliate the other, and yesterday’s match was no different. Boca had three players sent off with direct red cards, and River lost two.
A Canadian junior hockey game got a little out of hand when a hit on the goalie led to a line brawl. Things got even further out of hand when one of the referees decided to do some punchin’ of his own. In an unforeseen twist, things calmed down considerably after one of the coaches rushed onto the ice and tackled the…
East Mississippi Community College, which just a few weeks ago found itself involved in an incident where a referee got ejected, did not even make it to halftime in its game against Mississippi Delta Community College before the game was canceled due to a massive onfield brawl.
Normally, stadium fight videos involve long scenes of exposition and short, not very satisfying bursts of action. This, however, is like a Tati movie (only it’s actually entertaining): hardly any dialogue and so many concurrent battles that you hardly know where to look.
The Yankees were in Toronto last weekend for a three-game set against the Blue Jays, which presented players with ample opportunity to enjoy the Toronto nightlife. Unfortunately for pitcher C.C. Sabathia, one night out almost ended in him getting caught up in a street brawl.
According to NOLA.com, the Miami Beach brawl in this video depicts New Orleans Saints linebacker Junior Galette fighting multiple people, and smacking one woman with a belt.
Umpire and weirdo Jordan Baker defused a brewing Padres-Braves brawl with his best attempt at a double underhook throw on San Diego’s Matt Kemp, who was attempting to go after Julio Teheran following a hit by pitch in the first inning today in Atlanta.
This is what happens when you concede your fifth goal of the game and still have about 10 minutes left to play deep in Brazil’s soccer pyramid. You not only point fingers at your teammates; you ball those digits up and throw them at their faces.