Rockies star charges the mound and wild brawl breaks out

Rockies star charges the mound and wild brawl breaks out

Rockies star charges the mound and wild brawl breaks out

Arenado charged Perdomo on the mound, causing both benches to clear and enter the skirmish.

As was Colorado's starting pitcher German Marquez and left fielder Gerardo Parra.

Tensions started bubbling between the two teams Tuesday when Scott Oberg hit Padres outfielder Manuel Margot with a pitch in the ribs, which sent him to the 10-day disabled list on Wednesday.

The Padres' and Rockies' benches emptied in the bottom of the third inning at Coors Field on Wednesday afternoon after Padres starter Luis Perdomo threw a fastball behind Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado. Before the game, Rockies manager Bud Black said Oberg had reached out to Margot to explain his side.

While there was an extension of an olive brach, you could nearly feel something brewing between the two teams before Wednesday's game at sun-splashed Coors Field.

The feud carried over to the series finale, when Rockies shortstop Trevor Story was hit in the first inning by Perdomo and Padres right fielder Hunter Renfroe was plunked by Marquez in the second.

There were plenty of things to watch in the scrum, including Ellis being held by Colorado's Ian Desmond as he and Arenado continued to jaw at each other. Replays showed Parra landing a punch on Ellis.

We will update you on any long-term suspensions or fines as soon as we learn the details.

The pitch was in retaliation for a series of events that happened beginning Tuesday night.

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