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MLB Disciplines Seven team Members from Tuesday Brawl

There are 46 comments on the Fox2Now story from Aug 12, 2010, titled MLB Disciplines Seven team Members from Tuesday Brawl. In it, Fox2Now reports that:

Major League Baseball announced Thursday morning that it was disciplining seven team members from both the Cardinals and Reds, in connection to Tuesday's Brawl in Cincinnati.

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An American

United States

#1 Aug 12, 2010
WTF Cueto gets 7 games , he will start every fifth game so this means he will miss one game. I believe he should have to miss 7 games that he was going to start.
brandon church

Lebanon, IL

#3 Aug 12, 2010
why did they fined molina and carp, they didnt do anything wrong. phillips and cueto should be the ones suspended not any of the cards cause phillips started the fight adn cueto injured a couple of players. i think that tony la russa shouldnt be suspended because he didnt do anything wrong. i agree with baker being suspended cause he said something to carp n carp was just trying to get him cause baker said something to him and plus i dont like him so he should be fired.
Sherri

Thermal, CA

#4 Aug 12, 2010
What a joke! Some of the players should face criminal charges too.
Only Me

Osage Beach, MO

#5 Aug 12, 2010
To The SISanatti Reds, Johhny Cueto and Brandon Phillips.....

Don't let your ass write checks your mouth can't cash !!
ktbu1964

Chesterfield, MO

#6 Aug 12, 2010
These so-called professional athletes need to face criminal charges for what happened. If they were in public anywhere and this happened they would have ALL been arrested. The punishments are not enough but that is just my opinion.

I'm sick of these a**holes who make all this money and seem to think they get to act however they want. We, as a race of HUMAN BEINGS, need to stop condoning bad behavior and stupidity and stop cheering on idiocy as is sometimes displayed in the sports arena and reality shows.
Cards Fan

Irving, TX

#7 Aug 12, 2010
Where is the justice? Yadi should be given a medal or award of some kind! Fined ,you got to be sheiten me!
Wheres The Outrage

Saint Louis, MO

#8 Aug 12, 2010
Never mind that America is a economic, social and environmental death spiral, a jock-dooshbag stubbed his toe.
Baseball Fan

United States

#9 Aug 12, 2010
Queto should never play baseball again and should be brought up on criminal charges. Baker should have been thrown out of baseball long ago when his grandson ran onto the field from the dugout, if not before just for a bad attitude. Carp, Yadi and LaRussa, WTF they didn't do anything wrong. Phillips needs to grow up and keep his big mouth shut. And to Scottie-Who was that you said would win three games?
Got Ya, Ha!!!!
Mike

Saint Louis, MO

#10 Aug 12, 2010
First off it was 5 players and both managers. Cueto got off easy to me.
Go Cards

Saint Louis, MO

#11 Aug 12, 2010
Cueto should be fired. Tony, Molina, and Carp did nothing wrong! Phillips should be suspended or fired too. I did not see why they are pinning the cardinals too in this.
Diane a

United States

#12 Aug 12, 2010
the pitcher Cueto could have really hurt or blinded someone with his kicking. He will only miss one pitching rotation and that is not severe enough.
Jan

Lake Saint Louis, MO

#13 Aug 12, 2010
Poor role models from both sides. Do not consider this acceptable behavior for what is suppose to be a Professional group!
cardinal fan

Waterloo, IL

#14 Aug 12, 2010
Why wasn't the scum who started the whole thing suspened or fined. After all if he wouldn't have made those stupid comments the brawl would not have happened. I watch the cardinals almost every game and they do not start things like that unless provoked.
Dolores Law

Richardson, TX

#15 Aug 12, 2010
The Cincinnati Reds are 100% responsible for the tirade that occured at the game in Cincinnati on Tuesday. The MAIN TROUBLE MAKER was Brandon Phillips with his rude and arragant remarks about the Cardinals. He is a disgrace to the MLB and the American
people. He should be suspended for the rest of the season, since none of this would have occured without his disgusting public remarks about the Cardinals. This gives the Cincinnati Reds a bad
reputation as a poor loser. No one on the Cardinal should have been reprimanded in any way for the occurance. The MLB should be
ashamed of themselves for their reaction.
Dolores Law, Fenton, MO
Proud to be an American But not proud of these actions.
JoAnn

O Fallon, MO

#16 Aug 12, 2010
There is always 1 brawl in baseball every year, this is nothing new, Can we just move on? there are more important things to be concerned over besides a bunch of guys who make too much money..
Tara

Florissant, MO

#17 Aug 12, 2010
LaRue, Carp, and Tony should bring civil charges against Cueto. And Brandon should of been suspended for starting the whole thing in the first place.
Avenger

East Saint Louis, IL

#18 Aug 12, 2010
If Phillips hadn't opened his big fat mouth none of this would have happened - but he had to open his racist face and show his stupidity and ignorance - he is the one that should be fired! What a great example to give to everyone about the 'red's - does that stand for 'communist", too? And, the manager of that team should be fired for allowing that POS to shout racist remarks to the Cardinals-wha'sa matta baby, jealous? Of course they are and they got their butts beat anyway! Poetic justice!
Gerri

O Fallon, MO

#19 Aug 12, 2010
What a great example these overpaid ball players are given our children. Why were they not suspended and given a heavy fine along with going to anger management classes at their expense. Should a child do this in school they would be suspended and not allow to attend classes. Why should these players not get more as they as supsposed to be adults?
brian

Saint Louis, MO

#20 Aug 12, 2010
i think bringing criminal charges up is just ridiculous. ever watch hockey? let the game police itself in these matters. now, what francisco "k-rod" rodriguez did in new york, that's another story, but this is not criminal. the reds lost and that's justice served. let's keep it rolling over the cubs.
Lisa Burke

United States

#21 Aug 12, 2010
I believe that from whating this game,Brando Phillips should be the one fined and also have a suspenion for the rest of the season. After all Phillips was the one that said negative, bad things about the STL Cardinals. Then to come up to Molina and give him that friendly tap after what he said was uncalled for in everyway. GO MOLINA AND THE WHOLE STL CARDINALS TEAM.........

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