ESPN.com has reported that Kendall was suspended for four games, and rightfully so.
Also, showing that occasionally there is some justice, Lackey was merely fined "an undisclosed amount" for his "inappropriate actions and conduct."
As I stated elsewhere, Lackey might have acted immaturely, but Kendall acted wrongly. Fortunately, the view in the Commissioner's office was not the same as that of John Kruk at BBTN, who felt that Kendall had no choice but to charge the mound because he couldn't handle a bit of smack-talking.
Here's the link: