In the ensuing brawl, Greinke broke his collarbone, and will now miss significant time.
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly was furious, understandably.
While Mattingly makes a solid point that nothing would happen if Quentin had simply gone to first base like he's supposed to do, his assertion that Quentin should be suspended for the duration of Greinke's injury is laughable.
There's no debating that Quentin shouldn't have charged the mound, and he should be disciplined for that. However, it's not his fault that Greinke lowered his shoulder into him. Greinke should have gotten out of the way, like most pitchers do. He invited contact, and he paid the price.
Basically, it's not Quentin's fault that Greinke is a bit fragile.
Here's the video, courtesy of MLB.com:
What do you think? Should Quentin's punishment be tied to Greinke's injury? Or should it be treated like everyone else who charges the mound?