Angels Pitcher Archie Bradley Broke His Elbow Trying To Join Mariners Brawl

Los Angeles Angels pitcher Archie Bradley will be out of action for the foreseeable future after suffering a fractured elbow while attempting to join the fracas against the Seattle Mariners over the weekend.

According to ESPN.com, Bradley broke a bone in his right elbow while climbing over the dugout railing. Bradley was trying to climb over the railing, but he slipped and fell which resulted in the injury.

As a result, Angels athletic trainer Mike Frostad says Bradley won’t begin a throwing program for four weeks and he could be out for “a couple of months.”

While Bradley misses time, a number of other Angels and Mariners players will be out of action after Major League Baseball handed out suspensions to 12 players and coaches for their roles in the brawl.

Angels manager Phil Nevin received the longest ban at 10 games.

Jesse Winker was suspended for 7 games for escalating the situation after appearing to be intentionally hit by Angels pitcher Andrew Wantz, who received a three-game suspension.

Three players received five-game bans, two players will miss three games, four players will miss two games — including Raisel Iglesias, who threw a box of sunflower seeds onto the field — and Angels catching coach Bill Haselman received a one-game ban. A full list of the suspensions can be seen here.

MLB Suspends 12 Players, Coaches For Roles In Angels-Mariners Brawl
MLB Suspends 12 Players, Coaches For Roles In Angels-Mariners Brawl
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