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08/17/2006 6:22 PM ET
Angels-Rangers discipline announced
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A total of 10 members of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the Texas Rangers organizations have been disciplined for their participation in on-field incidents during their games on Tuesday and Wednesday at Ameriquest Field in Arlington. Bob Watson, Vice President of On-Field Operations for Major League Baseball, made the announcement. Each player, coach and manager who received a suspension also was fined an undisclosed amount.

Angels pitcher Brendan Donnelly has been suspended for four games for intentionally throwing at a batter after warnings had been issued earlier in Wednesday's game;
Rangers pitcher Scott Feldman has been suspended for six games for intentionally throwing at a batter after warnings had been issued earlier in Wednesday's game and fighting;
Angels pitcher Kevin Gregg has been suspended for four games for intentionally throwing at a batter after receiving a warning for throwing at a batter earlier in the same inning of Wednesday's game;
Angels second baseman Adam Kennedy has been suspended for four games for charging the mound and fighting in Wednesday's game;
Rangers pitcher Vicente Padilla has been suspended for five games for intentionally throwing at a batter after receiving a warning for throwing at a batter earlier in the same inning of Tuesday's game;
Angels bench coach Ron Roenicke has been suspended for one game for the intentional actions of Donnelly after warnings had been issued while Roenicke was acting as manager of the club on Wednesday;
Angels manager Mike Scioscia has been suspended for three games for the inappropriate actions of his club during the series;
Rangers manager Buck Showalter has been suspended for four games for the inappropriate actions of his club during the series;
• and Angels pitcher John Lackey and Angels outfielder Juan Rivera received undisclosed fines for their actions during Wednesday's on-field altercation.

The suspensions of Scioscia and Showalter are scheduled to begin tonight, when the Angels host Seattle and the Rangers are at Detroit. The suspension of Roenicke is scheduled to be served Sunday, August 20th.

Unless appealed, the suspensions of Gregg, Padilla and Kennedy are scheduled to begin tonight. The suspensions of Donnelly and Feldman are scheduled to begin Tuesday, August 22nd, when the Angels host Boston and the Rangers are at Tampa Bay. If appealed, suspensions will be held in abeyance until the process is complete.
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