That’s right, poppy! Baseball season
is on and popping, and the Yankees are number
one in the division. Number one. OK? Stupid. After winning championships,
the best part of baseball is the brawls. Mm-hm, and the league
definitely shouldn’t let entire teams fight each other. But when they
do, it’s amazing. Tonight, we’re going
to talk about some of our favorite baseball brawls. Starting with Yankees
legend Lou Pinella, taking on Carlton Fisk at
the home plate in 1976. God damn, I wasn’t
even born yet. ANNOUNCER: Here comes the throw. And let’s see. He holds onto it. Does he hold onto it? And they have a fight. And they go [INAUDIBLE]. You see how
grainy the footage? This was back when you carry
a gun while you play baseball. Yeah. Nigga just block home base.
Be like– – Pow!
– Fuck that. You know what I’m saying? ANNOUNCER: And
they have a fight. Oh! See, they don’t fight
like this anymore. Shoutout to Derek Jeter,
yo, holding it down. Know what I’m saying? That’s my captain right there. Yeah, yeah, Jeets. (CHANTING) Derek Jeter. Yeah.
Oh, everyone knows. Yeah. Yeah. All right, that’s
that Showtime money. They’re not even all
wearing the same uniforms. Like, people just brought
a T-shirt from home. Yeah, let’s go Yanks! Yeah, let’s go, bro! I got this shit at
Modell’s last week. Back then in New York,
whoever showed up at the stadium first was the manager. That’s right. Little known fact. Sometimes fans
mixed it up too. Yeah. Check out this Padres-Braves
fight from back in 1984. ANNOUNCER: He’s
charging after Perez. Bob Horner has come out. We’ve got some fans involved. Oh! Man, yo! Yo, how do you jumped by
a nigga in bell bottoms? Wow. Man slam dunked that $20
beer on your man’s head. Yo, look at the Dominican
dude in the corner like, yo, y’all crazy. I don’t do no illegal. I don’t do no illegal. They sent me back to Dominican. Oh. HOST: Oh man. You want people fighting? I no fighting. In 2016, Rougned Odor clocked
Jose Bautista, AKA Joey Bats, at second base after
a “dirty” slide. It was a dirty slide. He rocked the shit out of him. ANNOUNCER: Now [INAUDIBLE]
getting an explanation. Here’s the close-up. Odor dropping down. That’s a what? [INAUDIBLE] yo. Is he [INAUDIBLE]. Oh! That’s the same fight
from the beginning of “Street Fighter II.” Yo, man. Yo. You know what’s not necessary
but makes it more dramatic? The sunglasses flying off. HOST: Man. Look at. Yeah, put sunglasses,
extra sunglasses son. Boing! All that shit. Damn, he connected, bro. HOST: He connected.
– Yo. HOST: [INAUDIBLE] of Venezuelan. Baseball fights are
whack now because they don’t really fight. There’s just like
a lot of shoving. Yeah, it’s like, yo, stop! Like– Hey, hey, hey! Then somebody comes
around mad fast. You Think they’re
going to dust somebody. They’re like, hey,
hey, cut it out. Because they’re
multimillionaires. You don’t want to fight. They need to just
like– someone just needs to get stabbed just once. HOST: One time. Just one time in like
the playoffs just to like make a point.
ANNOUNCER: Yeah, yeah. Yo, shit for real. Yankees-Sox. Like, [INAUDIBLE]
to be like fuck that. Oh shit. Mine is the– your cousin throwing
down Don Zimmer. Oh, Pedro Martino? Oh yeah, that was– that
was hard for streets. He’s a veteran. – Yo.
– He’s like, what? Yo, what’s up. Yo, what’s up?
What? What, elder abuse?
Then bow. Oh! Yo, that nigga rolled six times. Nigga said AARP! All the Dominican came out
[NON-ENGLISH SPEECH] What, what, motherfucker. He didn’t even
take the jacket off. Wow. Wow. Wow, motherfucker. I’ll been waiting outside
in my Lincoln Town Car. And that cop ran over
like, Don, you all right? You all right, Don? Did that Dominican hurt you? I saw the whole thing.
I saw the whole thing. Don’t worry.
– Don’t worry. Once you see like
an older white guy running around on the field,
you got to stop fighting. Yeah. [LAUGHING]