Baseball brawls mean relievers sprint from the bullpens

Baseball brawls mean relievers sprint from the bullpens

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There are two parts to every baseball altercation. One is everything that happens on the infield—where the scuffle begins and the dugouts quickly empty out. And the other is the journey through the outfield, long and traditionally futile, in which relievers dutifully cover hundreds of feet from the bullpens just to get a glimpse of the action.

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