Milton Bradley was in the Cubs' lineup Saturday, a day after he was sent home by Manager Lou Piniella following an angry outburst in the dugout.
"I apologized for the last comment I made, told him he knows in the context I meant it," Piniella said. "But I also told him that just can't continue, to have shenanigans that we've put up with. I told him he's going to hurt somebody, he's going to hurt himself."
Piniella ordered the mercurial slugger to go home Friday afternoon after Bradley threw his helmet and went after a water cooler following a fly out in the top of the sixth inning of the Cubs game against the crosstown rival White Sox.
Phillie in dust-up with a Rays fan
The Phillies confirmed that one of their players was involved in a confrontation with a fan following Thursday's game against the Rays in St. Petersburg.
The Phillies did not identify the player in their statement. The Rays also confirmed the incident but did not release any further details.
BLUE JAYS: Catcher Rod Barajas isn't on the disabled list just yet.
After Barajas left Friday's game against Philadelphia in the second inning, the Blue Jays said they were putting Barajas on the 15-day disabled list. But Barajas woke up feeling better Saturday and the Blue Jays held off.
MARINERS: Third baseman Adrian Beltre will undergo surgery to have bone spurs removed from his left shoulder.