« BACK TO TMZ TMZ

Our TV Shows

Got a Tip?

Call TMZ at (888) 847-9869 or Click Here

Dodger Pitcher Dodges Punches at Key Club

10/28/2008 9:57 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

For a guy who's had to ride the pine for shoulder injuries, getting into a street brawl outside an L.A. club might not be the best idea for LA Dodgers pitcher Brad Penny.
Brad Penny: Click to watch
While the Phillies played part of a World Series Game in Philadelphia, a fight broke out between Penny's buds and a couple other people outside the Key Club in Hollywood last night -- we're told it started over a girl. In the video, it looks like Penny is trying to mediate and stop more hits from being thrown.

BTW, that right hand is worth around $9 mil.

For more sports stories, check out tmzsports.com!
14 COMMENTS

No Avatar

1.

jr70895    

Ha Ha Bitches!!!

2136 days ago
2.

Luke Warmwater    

If you're not in the World Series that hand ain't worth a....penny.

2136 days ago
3.

tmz_fan    

Brad Penny is a big and tall, handsome mo' fo' y'all!

2136 days ago
4.

Baseball Junkie    

Luke Warmwater, that hand is worth plenty depending on who he's signed with, how much he's going to be paid and how badly his hand gets hurt. For a pitcher, some hand injuries can be career ending in a way that they aren't for a position player. I realize you were trying to sound cute but you ended up sounding ignorant.

Go Sox

2136 days ago
5.

SkankTosser    

OF COURSE there is some loudmouth drunken bitch starting trouble, that's what women do.
Think about it guys, isn't ALL THE TROUBLE IN YOUR LIFE directly attributable to a woman?
I thought so............

2136 days ago
6.

Luke Warmwater    

Yeah Junkie, I know how the world functions, but baseball is not a sport, it's barely a recreational activity. These guys should be paying us to watch them stand around, sit in the dugout spitting sunflower seeds, scratching their nutz and try to hit a little ball with a wooden stick....Swing batter, batter.

2136 days ago
7.

Baseball Junkie    

Luke Warmwater, so you think a sport should be a bunch of guys wearing enough padding to choke a horse running at each other and jumping on each other. Or do you prefer a game where guys with huge padding skate at each other and deliberately slam each other into walls. Or better still a game where tall guys run around on a floor throwing balls at each other who are allowed to hit each other a certain number of times per game before it counts.
I prefer baseball which has a large amount of strategy determined by the players not by the coaches and requires an incredible amount of athletic skill to be able to see a ball coming at them at between 80 and 100 mph which means they have all of 3 secs to see the ball and get the 36# bat between them and the ball. Then the fielder has to figure out where the ball is going and intercept it when it is traveling up to 200 mph (addition of vector velocities of pitch and bat with a varying direction because of the angle of impact). Then after catching these balls, sometimes with their bare hands, they have to turn and make an accurate throw to the player covering the base before the player who is running can get there plus watching to make sure that another runner doesn't knock them over before they can make that throw. And then there are the players who can make an accurate throw from the outfield to home plate, a distance of as much as 400 feet. And we can't forget the catcher who has to know every player on the opposing team, what pitches they like to hit and where you can pitch to them so they'll think they can hit the ball but cannot, plus the catcher has to know which types of pitches each pitcher on his team can throw and recognize which ones he can throw on any particular occasion. And these are only the basics of the game.
If you knew anything about sports, which you clearly don't, you'd understand the appeal of baseball to people who are interested in an intelligent game.
Can you play any sports at all or are you one of those boys who was always picked last? I'm pretty sure it's the second.

Go Sox

2136 days ago
8.

yer mom's soo effin hot!!    

Good that that chick was going to try to whoop that dude's ass...but she was as light as a feather when the bouncer pulled her away, which was a good thing in that case. Eat a couple of cheeseburgers, n you'll be able to take on the douche next time!

2135 days ago
9.

Luke Warmwater    

Baseball Junkie: For the record I do triathlons, team sports bore me. You sound like a typical jock-sniffer.

2135 days ago
10.

Baseball Junkie    

Luke Warmwater, I agree that triathlons require a major amount of athletic ability. The strength and stamina necessary to compete let alone win are amazing. I have a small amount of knowledge about it because I help out at the Boston Marathon each year. As to your accusation, sorry but I'm a techno-geek and always have been. I married a techno-geek and our daughter is one as well. Athletes never really appealed to me.

Go Sox

2135 days ago
11.

rad    

pretty sure the chick that got dragged away was penny's girlfriend eliza dushku

2134 days ago
12.

Baseball Junkie    

That was definitely not Eliza Dushku. It wasn't her face and it wasn't her voice.The only things that girl had in common with Dushku was she had long dark hair.

Go Sox

2134 days ago
13.

uncle Bill    

hey look out now, its called karate man and only two people know about it, the Chinese and Dimitros.

2130 days ago
14.

uncle Bill    

Brad Penny has the Shini curse put upon him and his fat ass dad.

2113 days ago

Around The Web