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Greinke suffers collarbone break during brawl with Padres

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The San Diego Padres' Carlos Quentin charges into Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke after being hit by a pitch in the sixth inning of baseball game in San Diego on Thursday night.

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SAN DIEGO — Padres slugger Carlos Quentin felt that getting hit by pitches by Zack Greinke during the 2008 and 2009 seasons was justification enough for rushing the mound and slamming into the pitcher — hard enough to break his left collarbone.

Greinke's Los Angeles Dodgers teammates were so angered that Matt Kemp, among four players ejected after a brawl Thursday night, confronted Quentin as they left Petco Park. Big Padres lefty Clayton Richard, police and security broke it up.

Several minutes earlier, Quentin told reporters that his history with Greinke "has been well-documented. That situation could have been avoided. You ...

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