2020: Houston Astros vs. Oakland Athletics
2018: New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox
2017: New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers
2017: Washington Nationals vs. San Francisco Giants
2016: Toronto Blue Jays vs. the Texas Rangers
2010: Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Cincinnati Reds
While the Pittsburgh Pirates were playing the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park, there was a huge baseball brawl in the ninth inning. There was an incident when the Reds pitcher, Amir Garrett, charged the Pirates dugout, as it begun a fight. After the umpires were able to break up the fight, eight players were ejected from the game.
2010: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Reds
2008: Tampa Bay Rays vs. Boston Red Sox
The Rays and the Red Sox went to the dugout, and the benches were emptied. In one of the most memorable moments of the season, Coco Crisp avoided the punch from the Rays pitcher and threw another punch on the mound. Immediately, both sides had the benches emptied to try and break up the fight at the mound.
2006: Chicago Cubs vs. Chicago White Sox
The two teams in Chicago had a game in Chicago, which many will remember for the fight that took place at home plate. As A.J. Pierzynski came home to score, he knocked over the catcher Michael Barret, blocking the path. The two players got tangled up for a bit, and then Michael Barret punched A.J. Pierzynski, which led to an all-out brawl.
2004: New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox
After a day of scuffling, the two benches cleared, and the teams went at it.
2003: Chicago Cubs vs. Cincinnati Reds
Things got a lot more interesting during the Cubs vs. Reds game when Kyle Farnsworth of the Chicago Cubs almost hit Paul Wilson, who was attempting to bunt. The two players began exchanging words, which led to a fight between the two at home plate. Immediately, you had a benches-clearing brawl right at home plate.
2003: New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox
1998: Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees
1993: Seattle Mariners vs. Baltimore Orioles
The fight between the Seattle Mariners and the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards in 1993 had the Seattle Mariners up 28 to 0 at the end of three innings. However, the Baltimore Orioles scored 10 times in the fourth inning to tie the game up 28 to 28. In the top of the ninth inning, the Seattle Mariners scored 8 runs off of the Baltimore Orioles bullpen. On May 29, 1994, Seattle went on to win the game in the bottom of the ninth inning.
1993: Chicago White Sox vs. Texas Rangers
Robin Ventura had to be taken to the hospital for broken ribs and facial contusions.
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1984: San Diego Padres vs. Atlanta Braves
1965: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Francisco Giants
The Giants dominated the game for the first 10 innings, before the game took a turn into chaos. A brawl with benches, a brawl with outfielders, and finally a brawl with players on the field ended the game and ended the possibility of a tie for the Dodgers. The Dodgers won the game, 9-4.
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