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Today in a brawl for the Los Angeles Dodgers AAA affiliate (The Albuquerque Isotopes) teammates Miguel Olivo and Alexander Guerrero got into a fight in the dugout with the catcher Olivo tearing a piece of Guerrero's ear off.
Part of Dodgers prospect Alex Guerrero's ear displaced by bite in altercation w/ teammate Miguel Olivo, agent Scott Boras tells @FOXSports.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) May 20, 2014
The bite was so vicious that Guerrero has to get plastic surgery. With no current timetable for a return.
Alex Guerrero is having plastic surgery on his ear right now, Scott Boras said.— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) May 20, 2014
As a 35-year-old aging vet we don't think that biting the ear of an international signee and prospect is going to be the best way for the 35-year-old Olivo to stick with the organization. We'll let you know if we hear anything find out more.
Update: According to Sting 'Em Bees (a blog covering the Salt Lake Bees) the fight occurred over defensive "laziness" on behalf of the Isotopes. Infielders (Guerrero is a Second Baseman) weren't holding runners on, and no one was alerting Olivo when runners were going. So the veteran did the only logical thing and bit a chunk of one of their ears off.
We also added a couple of pictures of the melee up top.