“I didn't see it. I heard about it,” Martinez said. “I'll talk to him. That's not who we are. It happened, it's done, I don't want to see that kind of stuff.”
The incident started Saturday when Bumgarner took exception to Robles admiring a solo shot that brought the Nationals to 7-2.
“Clown,” Bumgarner said. “No shame. It’s 7-1, you hit your third homer of the year and you act like Barry Bonds breaking a record. Clean it up. I don’t care about giving up the run. Hell, we won 7-2 or 8-2, whatever it was. It’s frustrating.
“I’m the old, grumpy guy. I know. But that type of stuff didn’t used to happen.”
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