Video: Zach Greinke breaks collarbone in wild basebrawl

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Zach Greinke, the Los Angeles Dodgers' $147 million pitcher, broke his collarbone last night in a wild fight that broke out after he plunked San Diego Padres slugger Carlos Quentin.

Greinkie, the 2009 American League Cy Young Award winner, ended up at the bottom of a huge scrum as players from both sides ran onto the field.

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