5 suspended for Yankees-Tigers brawl

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Dellin Betances #68 of the New York Yankees waits with Gary Sanchez #24 after hitting James McCann #34 of the Detroit Tigers in the head with a pitch in the seventh inning at Comerica Park on August 24, 2017 in Detroit, Michigan. (Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Major League Baseball has disciplined four players and one manager for their participation in a fight at the Comerica Park in Detroit.

Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera has been suspended seven games and New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez got banned four games for their actions on a fight-filled afternoon.

Major League Baseball announced the penalties Friday, a day after the Yankees and Tigers got into a series of beanball-related clashes during Detroit’s 10-6 victory.

Also suspended were Tigers reliever Alex Wilson (four games), New York catcher Austin Romine (two games) and Detroit manager Brad Ausmus (one game).

With the Yankees in the middle of a pennant race, the team says Sanchez and Romine will both appeal and remain eligible to play until the process is completed. Sanchez was in the lineup for Friday night’s home game against Seattle.