Since 2000, the longest suspension handed out for inciting a brawl is 10 games, a penalty handed out five times. Ian Kennedy of the Arizona Diamondbacks received that penalty for prompting a brawl against the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2013. In 2006, Chicago Cubs catcher Michael Barrett took a 10-game suspension after punching Chicago White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski, who bowled him over in a collision at home plate. In 2001, the Royals' Mike Sweeney received 10 games after charging the mound and punching Tigers pitcher Jeff Weaver. The other two players who received 10-game suspensions were Arizona's Miguel Batista (2003) and Kansas City's Runelvys Hernandez (2005).