After yet another benches-clearing incident over a perceived slight, the baseball world is divided in the battle over the game's "unwritten rules."

On Wednesday, White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson was drilled by Royals pitcher Brad Keller after he tossed his bat to celebrate a home run earlier in the game. 

Even though Major League Baseball has trotted out its "Let the Kids Play" marketing campaign aimed at celebrate the sport's youthful enthusiasm, these flare-ups continue to occur.

Reds pitcher Amir Garrett weighed in on Twitter, pointing out that baseball players seem to have really thin skin compared to other athletes and "couldn't survive playing another sport."