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Mike Tyson, Todd Bertuzzi, Juan Marichal Deliver Some Of 25 Worst Cheap Shots In Sports

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San Francisco Giants pitcher Juan Marichal (27) swings a bat at Los Angeles Dodgers catcher John Roseboro in the third inning at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, Calif., on Aug. 22, 1965 when Marichal apparently felt Roseboro had thrown too close to his head. Los Angeles pitcher Sandy Koufax, rear, tries to break up the fight. Marichal was ejected and Roseboro was treated for facial cuts after the incident. (AP Photo/Robert H. Houston)
San Francisco Giants pitcher Juan Marichal (27) swings a bat at Los Angeles Dodgers catcher John Roseboro in the third inning at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, Calif., on Aug. 22, 1965 when Marichal apparently felt Roseboro had thrown too close to his head. Los Angeles pitcher Sandy Koufax, rear, tries to break up the fight. Marichal was ejected and Roseboro was treated for facial cuts after the incident. (AP Photo/Robert H. Houston)

Big hits, aggressive play, and a fighter's mentality can all come in handy when playing sports. But, harnessing this type of play is what separates great athletes from those who can't control themselves.

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