So that's a certifiable brawl followed by a couple of related skirmishes.. Then we told you about .
Speaking of which, Tigers warrior-poet Miguel Cabrera, who was dinged for seven games for his catalytic role in the fisticuffs, was none too pleased with MLB's decisions on the disciplinary front. Specifically, Miggy's upset that Yankees reliever Tommy Kahnle, who threw behind Cabrera in the sixth, wasn't suspended and that Aaron Judge wasn't also sent to detention.
Regarding Judge, here's what Cabrera had to say about his role in the festivities (via MLive.com's Evan Woodbury) ...
"My point is, why are they not saying anything about Judge? He tried to hit me, go after me on the floor," Cabrera said. "They didn't suspend him. There was a lot of people going after me and they didn't get a suspension.
"(Judge) is going to get away (with it)? And the pitcher who threw at me, he's going to get away (with it) too, with no suspension? That's bull(expletive)."
In this space, we've already examined Gary Sanchez's , and Cabrera seems to be saying that Judge was indulging in similar behavior. Sanchez was suspended for four games, but Judge, much to Cabrera's chagrin, was not among the spanked. Without question, MLB carefully reviewed the footage of the brawl from all available angles, and they determined that Judge's actions -- whether or not Cabrera is accurately characterizing them -- didn't merit a suspension.
With regard to Cabrera's feelings on this matter, this is probably worth noting ...
Miguel Cabrera thinks the Yankees hate him and doesn't understand why. He also told Austin Romine some variation of: Do you know who I am?— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) August 25, 2017
These two teams won't meet again in 2017, which is woefully inconvenient for our purposes -- our purposes being dem clicks.