Nobody will forget this game when the Bulls and the Warthogs of Winston Salem went at it for twenty minutes when Durham was still a single-A team on May 22 1995 during "Strike Out Domestic Violence" night at Durham Bulls Athletic Park. Warthogs pitcher Jason Kummerfeldt hit three Bulls batters before the end of the third inning. Bulls batter John Knott, who was sure Kummerfeldt was doing it on purpose charged the mound and that set off the rumble. A terrific show for the anti-domestic-violence fans. Ten players were ejected, and Winston-Salem pitcher Glen Cullop, ended up hospitalized with a broken jaw and lost five teeth. I was there with my three year old daughter for her first baseball game. She just assumed it was part of the game. Even my friends in Greece saw it on television and asked me about it. It made #5 of ESPN's Greatest Fights in Baseball right after Pete Rose vs. Bud Harrelson on Oct. 8, 1973, in the NLCS.