Chase Headley was ejected from Monday's game against the Rays for arguing balls and strikes.
Headley objected to a strike one call from home plate umpire Marty Foster in the seventh inning and was given the heave-ho. He was playing in his first game since last week's beaning and was hitless in his first two at-bats before being ejected.
Freddie Freeman was ejected from Monday's game against the Nationals after spiking his bat following a strikeout.
Freeman threw his bat down hard enough that it split in half, which home plate umpire Tim Timmons didn't take kindly to. Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez came to Freeman's defense and was also ejected.
Jonathan Papelbon has been suspended seven games by Major League Baseball for his actions following Sunday's appearance.
Papelbon was ejected by umpire Joe West after grabbing his crotch on his way to the Phillies' dugout. The reliever will not appeal, so his suspension begins Monday. Ken Giles will be in line for saves over the next week.
Angel Pagan was scratched from Monday's lineup due to back stiffness.
Pagan has had back issues dating back to mid-June and missed a game earlier this month when it flared up on him. It remains to be seen if the flare-up this time will cost him more than a game. Juan Perez took his spot in center field and at the top of the lineup.
Jake Lamb isn't in the Diamondbacks' lineup for the third straight day Monday due to a quad injury.
It doesn't at this point appear to be a big concern, but it's also not clear when Lamb might be ready to play again. He's hit just .227/.274/.386 in his first 95 plate appearances with the D'Backs but does have three homers. Aaron Hill is at third base Monday.