What is your favorite Red Sox on-field fights and dust-ups

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    Coco goes Rocky Balboa on James Shields...."YO, ADRIAN..."
     
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    My favorites are the 1976 when Evans threw out Pinella at home and they came up fighting and the 1973 when Munson and Fisk collided at the plate -- Fisk flipped Munson over his head -- and they came up swinging.
     
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    God, some poster act like Sox baseball began in 2004.
    My favorite was when the Sox and Yankes had a brawl in 1967.
    Jim Lonborg loved to knock hitters down. These guys nowadays would have been in real trouble. They whine when they get pitched tight.
    Guys like Don Drysdale, Bob Gibson and others made a living intimidating hitters. Anyway, Lonnie plunked a couple of Yanks one night in the Bronx.
    All hell broke loose, and Reggie Smith, who was a martial arts guy, wound up picking up the Yankee pitcher Thad Tillitson, off the ground and dumping him.
    The most unfortunate was the one where Bill Lee got badly injured and
    was never really the same afterwards.
    Lots of Sox- Yankee brawls over the years. Fisk and Munson really disliked each other. Fisk was a beast.
     
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    [QUOTE]Coco goes Rocky Balboa on James Shields...."YO, ADRIAN..."
    Posted by ZILLAGOD[/QUOTE]Mine too. Didn't Crisp say afterward that Shields hit like a girl?
     
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    Well , the Coco Crisp/James Shields incident may not be old, may not be "classic" , but you've got to admit...Coco may have had problems playing baseball, but the dude could fight!...he is the only one to stand like a fighter, throw punches like a fighter, and not look like a completely ridiculous clown.
     
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    [QUOTE]Well , the Coco Crisp/James Shields incident may not be old, may not be "classic" , but you've got to admit...Coco may have had problems playing baseball, but the dude could fight!...he is the only one to stand like a fighter, throw punches like a fighter, and not look like a completely ridiculous clown.
    Posted by ZILLAGOD[/QUOTE]I think he was a Gold Gloves boxer when he was younger.
     
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    [QUOTE]  Who could ever forget Pedro Martinez's discarding of Yankees coach Don Zimmer? In the fourth inning of Game 3 of the 2003 ALCS Roger Clemens threw a high and inside pitch at Manny Ramirez, emptying the benches. An enraged Zimmer charged Martinez as both dugouts cleared.
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                                                 Absolutely the best. 
     
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    goes back a way (and I mentioned it 5 years ago on here) but Gene Conley hit Gene Woodling of the Yankees so hard that it knocked him out of his shoes and knocked another Yank down who was standing 10 feet away!!
     
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