For a sport that has the lowest amount of physical contact, baseball has some of the best fights.
From blow-ups at umpires to bench-clearing brawls, baseball's physical altercations are intense and not easily forgotten.
Let's look at the 10 current players I would want on my side if the benches cleared.
Not only does Farnsworth measure 6'4", 240 lbs, but he's also got previous fighting experience.
His most notable exploit occurred in 2003 when Paul Wilson charged the mound against Farnsworth.
Farnsworth displayed the proper tackling technique as he swiftly brought Wilson to the ground.
Youkilis has been involved in his fair share of disputes.
A notable incident (pictured) occurred when he took exception to Tigers' Rick Porcello's inside pitch.
Jon Rauch stands a terrifying 6'10" and weighs 290 lbs.
Need I say more?
It doesn't take much for David Ortiz to charge the mound.
He proved as much as he took on Orioles' Kevin Gregg earlier this month.
I'd want Big Papi on my side any day of the week.
Adam Dunn is 6'6", 285 lbs and is in the midst of one of the all-time worst seasons.
That combination could be deadly.
Travis Hafner is an absolute monster.
The bat looks like a toothpick in the hands of the 6'3", 240 lb Cleveland slugger.
The Yankees ace is a staggering 6'7" and weighs nearly 300 lbs.
He might not be able to chase someone down, but if he ever caught you, his left hook would be ferocious.
Another big man on the mound, Broxton stands 6'4" and weighs 300 lbs.
Like Adam Dunn, Broxton's struggles only make him scarier in a brawl.
This was an obvious pick.
Zambrano is the poster child for tantrums, fights and overall absurdity on the baseball diamond.
I would not want to be going up against him one-on-one.
As the picture clearly shows, Milton Bradley is just flat-out crazy.
And everyone knows that in a fight, you always want to be on the same side as the crazy people.