Pittsburgh Pirates reliever Kyle Crick likely has thrown his last pitch this season -- and all because the Pirates say he and teammate Felipe Vazquez were throwing punches.Crick suffered a season-ending injury Monday night after getting into a \u201cclubhouse altercation\u201d with Vazquez.The right-handed pitcher required surgery on his index finger and is unlikely to pitch in the season's final weeks\u00a0after he says Vazquez, another reliever, started throwing punches at him ahead of Monday night\u2019s game against the San Francisco Giants.MILWAUKEE BREWERS\u2019 CHRISTIAN YELICH BREAKS KNEECAP, WILL MISS REMAINDER OF SEASON"One of those clubhouse altercations,"\u00a0Crick told reporters following Pittsburgh\u2019s loss. "A lot of bickering back and forth. Punches were thrown. You kind of have to at some point stand up for yourself and start throwing back."\n Sep 9, 2019; San Francisco, CA, USA; Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Elias Diaz (32) hugs relief pitcher Felipe Vazquez (73) after coming back from behind and defeating the San Francisco Giants at Oracle Park. Mandatory Credit: Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports - 13335198\n Crick added: \u201cIt\u2019s one of those deals where it's unfortunate. There\u2019s two losers in this deal. Nobody can win fighting a teammate. It's just an unfortunate deal."It wasn\u2019t immediately clear what the row was over but Crick said it was Vazquez who\u00a0threw the first punch.Vazquez did not speak to reporters after\u00a0the game.NEW YORK METS\u2019 NOAH SYNDERGAARD FUMES OVER HAVING TO THROW TO WILSON RAMOS: REPORTS\u00a0According to an ESPN report, Crick required surgery on his pitching hand to repair a\u00a0tendon.Both players were fined by the team for an undisclosed amount.General Manager Neal Huntington slammed the incident as \u201cunacceptable,\u201d the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP\u00a0\u201cThe behavior exhibited by these two players last night is unacceptable, inconsistent with the standards expected of a Major League player and will not be tolerated by the organization,\u201d his statement read.This is the third altercation Crick was involved in this season. The other two involved\u00a0bullpen coach Euclides Rojas and the other was a more typical melee, involving the Cincinnati Reds.