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pay-per-head-dodgersfightTwo small time players for the MLB team the Los Angeles Dodgers got into a warmed contention Tuesday night that prompt a physical showdown and one player having a piece of his ear gnawed off.

Scott Boras, a MLB operator, told the paper that Miguel Olivo bit off a piece of Alex Guerrero's ear after the two traded words throughout the Triple-An amusement in Salt Lake City. Boras speaks to Guerrero, who marked a $28 million, four-year bargain with the Dodgers in October.

Two small time players for the MLB team the Los Angeles Dodgers got into a warmed contention Tuesday night that prompt a physical showdown and one player having a piece of his ear gnawed off, The Los Angeles Times reported.

Scott Boras, a MLB operator, told the paper that Miguel Olivo bit off a piece of Alex Guerrero's ear after the two traded words throughout the Triple-An amusement in Salt Lake City. Boras speaks to Guerrero, who marked a $28 million, four-year bargain with the Dodgers in October.

Guerrero was in the furthest end of the burrow, Boras told The MLB. He went to the front to get his bat and cap to hit. As he strolled over, Olivo decked him.

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As indicated by the report, the two were divided by colleagues in the burrow and Olivo had a piece of Guerrero's ear in his mouth.

Olivo has shown a hot temper on the field some time recently, charging at Jose Reyes and absent with a wild punch throughout a dustup between the Marlins and Mets late in the 2007 season.

The Salt Lake Tribune reported the battle happened in the underground joint throughout the eighth inning of Albuquerque's 7-4 misfortune to Salt Lake, quickly postponing the diversion, and both players were expelled from the lineup soon subsequently.

The Los Angeles Times reported the contradiction started with Olivo getting irritated that Guerrero neglected to tag out a runner after a toss from Olivo, as per Boras.

Ned Colletti, the Dodgers general administrator, said he was frustrated to find out about the squabble, and the group is investigating it.

It's something we don't overlook, and its something that we don't think is productive, Colletti said.

Colletti said he doesn't think either player maintained a harm that would keep him from playing. The Dodgers discharged an announcement saying the baseball operations office "is mindful of the squabble and is directing an examination concerning the matter.