The 12 people on the Dodgers and Diamondbacks were disciplined for Tuesday night's brawl. (AP)
Major League Baseball suspended five players, two managers and fined four others for their participation in the Los Angeles Dodgers-Arizona Diamondbacks brawl on Tuesday night.
Dodgers hitting coach Mark McGwire also received a two-game suspension for his conduct during the incident.
Diamondbacks pitcher Ian Kennedy set off a benches-clearing brawl during the 5-3 loss after he hit Dodgers rightfielder Yasiel Puig in the face in the sixth inning.
That came on a 1-2 count with one out and the bases empty and Arizona leading 2-0. Puig stayed in the game and then Andre Ethier followed with a game-tying home run.
Diamondbacks catcher Miguel Montero was hit between the numbers by a Zack Greinke fastball on a 2-1 count. That resulted in the benches clearing but no actual fighting.
The suspensions and fines are as follows:
Kennedy received a 10-game suspension for intentionally throwing a pitch in the head area of Greinke in the bottom of the seventh inning, after a warning had already been issued to both Clubs earlier in the game;
Diamondbacks infielder Eric Hinske received a five-game suspension for leaving the dugout and for his aggressive actions during the incidents.
Dodgers pitcher J.P. Howell and infielder/outfielder Skip Schumaker each received two-game suspensions for their aggressive actions during the incidents.
Dodgers pitcher Ronald Belisario has received a one-game suspension for his aggressive actions during the incidents.
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly has received a one-game suspension for the actions of his Club and for his conduct during the incident.
D-backs manager Kirk Gibson received a one-game suspension for the intentional actions of Kennedy after a warning had been issued.
Fines also were issued to Greinke, Puig, Montero and Diamondbacks outfielder Gerardo Parra.
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