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Who got kicked out?
2008-07-19 20:32
by Bob Timmermann

Two NL teams brawl. Two players were kicked out. Who were they?

2008-07-19 23:04:01
1.   Travis08
Pascual Perez of the Expos and Mike Scioscia of the Dodgers (as well as Expos manager Buck Rodgers). Perez hit Scioscia in the helmet with 2 outs and no one on in the 7th.

This might have been retaliation for an earlier benches-clearing HBP of Hubie Brooks in the 1st inning.

Perez was also involved in the August 12, 1984 brawl-filled game between the Braves and the Padres.

2008-07-19 23:11:03
2.   Eric Enders
Kirk Gibson was great in this fight.
2008-07-19 23:13:55
3.   Eric Enders
Dodger Blues:

After the Dodgers scored the five runs in the seventh, Montreal's Pascual Perez hit Mike Scioscia on the helmet. Scioscia flipped his bat away and headed straight to the mound, but was cut off by Expos third baseman Tim Wallach before he could reach Perez. Other Dodgers tried to reach Perez, including Kirk Gibson, who was wrestled to the ground by three Expos.

''I was trying to think of a way to get to him,'' Gibson said. ''Me, I'd never charge the mound because you aren't going to get what you want. But all I knew was Mike couldn't get to him, so I was trying to.'' When Gibson tripled in a run earlier in the seventh, he stood on the bag and pumped his arm twice, mimicking Perez's bit on the mound after throwing a strike.

2008-07-19 23:17:25
4.   Eric Enders
Those spindly legs in the right foreground sure look like they would belong to Ramon Martinez, but he was still in Albuquerque. He'd get called up six days later.
2008-07-19 23:21:55
5.   Bob Timmermann
I would assume that the legs in the left foreground belong to a Dodgers coach since the guy isn't wearing spikes.
2008-07-19 23:51:53
6.   Gagne55
The guy on the ground looks like Eckersly.
2008-07-20 00:43:01
7.   Eric Enders
Well, he's not Eckersley, but he's related to him in a way.
2008-07-20 05:40:20
8.   tjshere
Definitely a memorable moment. I was listening to the game on the radio and I still remember exactly where I was when this took place.
2008-07-20 11:25:38
9.   Greg Brock
Man, look at those leggings. The "Two stripes up the side stirrups" scream '80's.

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