Roger Clemens was suspended for five games Thursday and Yankees manager Joe Torre for one, the fallout from Clemens hitting the Blue Jays' Alex Rios with a pitch Tuesday.
The Blue Jays' Josh Towers hit Alex Rodriguez on his calf in the third inning. The benches and bullpens emptied twice, but no punches were thrown. Clemens then hit Rios in the middle of his back in the seventh inning. Clemens and Torre were immediately ejected.
SEASON OVER: Brewers INF Tony Graffanino will miss the rest of the season because of a torn ligament in his right knee.
HEADING TO THE HALL: Barry Bonds' batting helmets, hand- marked with 755 and 756 on the bills, are en route to Cooperstown. The helmet Bonds wore when he hit the home run that tied Hank Aaron's 33-year-old record and the one he was wearing Tuesday when he broke the mark will go on display today.
DEAL BETWEEN RIVALS: The Giants dealt Mark Sweeney to the Dodgers, the first trade between the rivals in 22 years. The Dodgers sent the last-place Giants a player to be named.
Cardinals: Utility player Scott Spiezio is voluntarily entering a treatment program for a problem the team did not specify and was placed on the restricted list.
Padres: LHP David Wells was designated for assignment so RHP Chris Young could be activated from the 15-day DL.
Rockies: RHP Jason Hirsh was put on the 15-day DL with a broken right leg. Hirsh was hit by a line drive Tuesday against Milwaukee but remained in the game and pitched six innings for the win. Afterward, X-rays revealed a fractured right fibula.
TIGERS: OF Marcus Thames was recalled from Triple-A Toledo and activated from the 15-day DL after being out since July 19 with a pulled left hamstring.