This is kind of an extension of an earlier post of mine, but obviously suspensions are a big deal to me. Especially when they are this inconsitent.
This time, Rays catcher Dioner Navarro was suspended for two games. While I do think Navarro deserves a suspension for making contact with an umpire while vehemently arguing with him, I think it further indicates the incosistency of the people in the MLB who deal with discipline. Especially when you consider the fact that Cliff Lee (who is discussed in the post I linked earlier) was looking at a 5-game suspension for hitting a guy in a Spring Training game. And yes, I understand that a 5-game suspension for a pitcher really just means he misses one game, but the inconsitency still drives me crazy. Personally, I think a player making contact with an umpire, especially something as full-blown as a "bump" deserves more than a 2-day suspension.
I really think that the MLB should introduce some kind of rubric where certain offenses have certain lengths of suspension. I know they have it in the event that a player fails a drug test, but they should really have it for everything so that they don't like foolish for things like this.