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Someone Needs to Tell Laird and Bradley They're On the Same Side

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Lotta questions about last night's bench-clearing brawl between the Rangers and Mariners, after the "gutless" Richie Sexson charged Kason Gabbard for no good reason t'all. But, first and foremost, what the hell's going on between catcher Gerald Laird and Milton Bradley at the 1:24 mark of this nearly seven-and-a-half minute video? They're teammates, for Chrissakes. --Robert Wilonsky

Update: As the original video's been yanked -- gracias, MLB -- here's the Mariners' take. Which, yup, still has the Laird-Bradley run-in.

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