The Texas Rangers lost on the road to the Los Angeles Dodgers Wednesday night.
In the 11th inning with the bases loaded, a tap back to the pitcher seemed to be an easy play. But a bad throw by pitcher Matt Bush allowed the winning run to score.
But the big story from the game was from earlier in the evening. In the third inning, a single to right field ended with a collision at home plate.
That lead to a shoving match between Texas catcher Robinson Chirinos and Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp.
ESPN reports Major League Baseball will review what happened and there could be suspensions.
Rangers pitcher Chris Martin also tweaked his hamstring running out to join the brawl. Doctors are treating him.