Last night, Miguel Olivo bit teammate Alex Guerrero's ear during a dugout fight at an Albuquerque Isotopes game. Olivo has been removed from the roster while the Dodgers investigate the incident. Meanwhile, Guerrero may miss some significant time.
Dodgers infielding prospect Alex Guerrero and catcher Miguel Olivo—who are currently teammates on the AAA affiliate Albuquerque Isotopes—got into a fight in the dugout at their game today. The brawl was so heated that Olivo apparently bit off part of Guerrero's ear.
That's Detroit's Ryan Raburn with the Cansecoesque slap assist on Miguel Olivo's fly ball to left. Ryan, you have joined the immortals. [MLB.com]
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