Los Angeles Dodgers' Matt Kemp, left, is stopped by San Diego Padres' Clayton Richard when Kemp confronted the Padres' Carlos Quentin in the tunnel walk-way exiting Petco Park.
Frustration after a benches clearing baseball brawl that resulted in a broken left collarbone for a Dodgers pitcher spilled into a hallway at Petco Park after Thursday night's game in San Diego.
Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp was involved in a nose-to-nose confrontation with the Padres' Carlos Quentin as the two left Petco Park after LA's 3-2 win, which included a benches-clearing brawl after Quentin was plunked in the shoulder by a pitch from Kemp's teammate, Zach Greinke.
Quentin charged the mound, slamming into Greinke's shoulder, resulting in the pitcher's collarbone injury. Watch Video Here
Kemp's fury was evident after the scrum -- he could be seen yelling at Padres, coaches, Dodger teammates and anyone within shouting distance. He was one of four players thrown out of the game, and after the game he found Quentin in a Petco Park hallway near the players' exit.
The encounter was broken up by Padres pitcher Clayton Richard -- he's 6 foot 5, 245 pounds -- stepped between the two. Police and security guards also stepped in.