Yankees reliever Tommy Kahnle appeared to retaliate, throwing behind Miguel Cabrera.
Once Detroit slugger Miguel Cabrera wrestled NY catcher Austin Romine to the ground at home plate, an afternoon game at Comerica Park collapsed into total chaos. Sanchez has hit a home run in each game of the series against the Tigers.
Joe Girardi was one of many, many people who got ejected from the multiple fights between Yankees and Tigers players on Thursday afternoon. An inning earlier, in the fourth, Sanchez had homered off Fulmer.
Both teams racked up so many because the bitterness didn't end with the sixth inning brawl - nor did the unsafe pitches.
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Both Cabrera and Romine were ejected from the game.
In the bottom of the seventh inning, Yankees reliever Dellin Batances hit Tigers catcher James McCann in the head with a 98 mile per hour fastball, and the benches cleared again, per Max Wildstein of Scout.
"I think he wanted to throw a punch at me when I was pulling him off. Thank god someone grabbed him from behind because he might have knocked me into the stands", said Ausmus.
There were peacemakers in Thursday's brawl between the Tigers and Yankees, and there were flamethrowers.
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Tigers reliever Alex Wilson was tossed after hitting NY third baseman Todd Frazier with a pitch in the eighth. The umpires didn't immediately eject Betances, but they did after a conference.
And here's Gary Sanchez rolling in out of nowhere to throw a punch as well.
"I don't know what he was thinking to be honest with you, " Todd Frazier said.
Asked if it bothered him that teammates would get into a disagreement, he said: "No, again, emotions are running high".
But the dust briefly seemed to settle - until a few heated words between Cabrera and the Yankees catcher behind him, Austine Romine, exploded into a flurry of misplaced haymakers.
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When Miguel Cabrera came to bat in the 6th inning, the Yankees had revenge on their minds. The Tigers managed eight hits and walked once with their runs coming on Ian Kinsler and Jose Iglesias solo jacks.