NEW YORK — St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina and Arizona Diamondbacks Manager Torey Lovullo both have been suspended one game for their dust-up over the weekend.

Major League Baseball announced the penalties Tuesday.

Molina, who bumped plate umpire Tim Timmons during the bench-clearing dispute, has appealed and can continue to play until the process is complete.

Lovullo, who also was fined, missed Tuesday night’s game at San Francisco.

The flap began Sunday in the second inning at Busch Stadium. Lovullo argued with Timmons, blaming the umpire for a called third strike he claimed was influenced by the All-Star catcher’s pitch framing. Lovullo used a profanity that set off Molina, and the manager was ejected.

Lovullo said he praised Molina while using a profanity and said “but he can’t turn balls into strikes.” Molina said Lovullo “said a bad word to me and I reacted that way. He called me (it) twice. You can’t allow that.”

Lovullo has since said he “made a mistake with some of the wording that I chose.”

RANGERS: Texas placed second baseman Rougned Odor and right-hander Doug Fister on the 10-day disabled list after both aggravated injuries in the series opener against the Angels.

ROYALS: Kansas City placed Alex Gordon on the disabled list with a torn hip labrum and recalled fellow outfielder Abraham Almonte from Triple-A Omaha.

BLUE JAYS: Toronto placed first baseman Kendrys Morales on the 10-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring.

DODGERS: Dodger Stadium will host the 2020 All-Star Game, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press.

CUBS: The Cubs are taking the safe route with Anthony Rizzo, placing him on the 10-day disabled list with lower back tightness.

Rizzo hasn’t played since he went 0 for 5 in Thursday’s 8-0 win at Milwaukee.

Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, the popular 98-year-old chaplain of the Loyola-Chicago basketball team that reached the Final Four, switched sports, throwing out a first ball before the Cubs’ home opener.

METS-YANKEES: LJ Mazzilli is moving from the Mets to the Yankees, just like his father.

The 27-year-old infield and outfield prospect was traded to the Yankees for outfielder Kendall Coleman. The Yankees already employed his twin sister, Lacey, who has been an on-air host for the team since 2014 and often is seen on the stadium video board.

Lee Mazzilli, now 63, played for the Mets from 1976-81 – making the NL All-Star team in 1979 – and again from 1986-89. He played for the Yankees in 1982.

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