After giving up six runs, two home runs and committing three errors in the first inning of a spring training game, a scuffle broke out in the Chicago Cubs dugout.
Carlos Silva and third baseman Aramis Ramirez were the two players involved and the scuffle was quickly broken up by players and coaches, according to Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune.
Ramirez refereed to the fight as a “misunderstanding”and wouldn’t go into any more details, but Silva was clearly upset about the errors.
“That was the only thing that happened, so it was obvious he was kind of upset,” Ramirez told Sullivan. “Nobody wants to make errors. Nobody feels worse than an infielder or an outfielder when they make errors. We talked about, and everything’s cool.”