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Talk about costly. When L.A. Dodgers starting pitcher (and former Cy Young winner) Zack Grienke beaned San Diego's Carlos Quinten in the left shoulder back in April, Quentin sped toward the mound. Greinke dropped his shoulder as Quentin tackled him to the ground, resulting in a broken collarbone for Greinke and eight weeks of recovery. Quentin was suspended for eight games, but L.A.'s loss of one of its best starting pitchers was a hit the team will feel deep into the 2013 MLB season.
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