NEW YORK -- Major League Baseball has suspended four players involved in last Sundays brawl between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Milwaukee Brewers. Milwaukee catcher Martin Maldonado was suspended five games while outfielder Carlos Gomez was suspended three games. Pittsburgh outfielder Travis Snider received a two-game penalty, with catcher Russell Martin also missing one game. Maldonado began his suspension with Tuesdays game against the San Diego Padres. Gomez decided to appeal and was in his usual leadoff position. Manager Ron Roenicke said he thought a decision could take a couple weeks. "Im appealing because its not fair and Im not the one that started the fight and Im not the one that started throwing punches first," Gomez said Tuesday in the dugout. "Ill appeal it and wait for the result." Gomez said he did not throw the first punch during the fracas, and that umpires know "who started everything." Gomez would be biggest loss among the four players disciplined. The surprising Brewers entered Tuesday with the best record in baseball at 15-5, four games up on the St. Louis Cardinals. The Gold Glove-winning centre fielder is hitting .313 with five homers and 12 RBIs after being moved to the leadoff position this season. Snider and Martin plan to appeal the suspension and were penciled into the lineup for Tuesday nights game against Cincinnati. Martin said he was surprised at being disciplined. Martin has a scheduled off day on Thursday in favour of backup Chris Stewart. Its possible he could sit out then to serve the suspension. Benches cleared after Gomez and Pirates pitcher Gerrit Cole exchanged words after Gomezs triple in the third inning. Snider came onto the field and tackled Gomez, getting a minor assist from Martin in the process. Snider was then punched in the face by Maldonado, receiving a small gash under his left eye. Roenicke and general manager Doug Melvin were unhappy with the suspensions, and Roenicke said he didnt think it was fair. "No, I dont. The guy who started it all got nothing, and I dont understand that," Roenicke said. "I know theyre tough decisions ... Theyve got precedent, theyve got a lot of things that go into this, but I dont think its fair." Maldonados suspension leaves utilityman Elian Herrera, who was just called up last week, as the backup to starting catcher Jonathan Lucroy. Fake Marlins Jerseys . According to a report from the Hamilton Spectator, Infrastructure Ontario has informed the City of Hamilton and the Tiger-Cats the stadium may not be ready by the June 30 deadline. Marlins Jerseys 2019 . Bookies were offering odds of 13/1 before kickoff that the home team Houston Dynamo would prevail by three goals to nil. https://www.cheapmarlinsjerseys.us/ . Today, he looks at the offensive line. 1. 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Theres always Korea, the U.S., and Japan who are always right up there. Youve got to play your own game but also keep an eye on them. Playing on home soil will put added pressure on the Canadians, but Henderson says thats not necessarily a bad thing. If theres pressure, it means youre doing something right and youre expected to complete something, she said. Definitely everyone here wants us to play well and play our best and hopefully hold up that trophy at the end of the week. Theres always going to be that little bit, you just have to take the challenge and run with it. And given her place in the world rankings, thats an attitude Henderson plans to take on to the course. Like I said, you have to take that challenge and perform your best, she said. If youre able to represent your country and the people around you along the way, thats perfect. The key is definitely to play my own game. Its a team event but if I play well then its going to help my team in the long run. 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