Rougned Odor (yes, that's his real name) is a 17-year-old player for the Spokane Indians, a Texas Rangers-affiliated farm-league team, who was signed in part for "his compact left-handed stroke." It's unclear if that scouting report was referring to his throwing or punching abilities.
Watch this insane basebrawl that he appears to start at a game in Spokane, and judge for yourself.
The fight happened yesterday at the Spokane Indians/Vancouver Canadians game after a routine grounder forced Odor out at second. Walking back to the dugout, Odor appears to brush Canadians shortstop Jon Berti.
Next thing you know, punches are flying and benches are emptying.
After the game, the Spokane Indians put out the following statement:
The Spokane Indians organization apologizes to their fans for the altercation between the Spokane and Vancouver players that occurred during the third inning of today's game. The Indians organization does not in any way condone the actions of the players during this incident. The Northwest League is currently in the process of reviewing the game, and numerous suspensions are likely to be handed out. The Spokane Indians and Texas Rangers, the Indians major league affiliate, are both fully cooperating with Northwest League officials.