The Dodgers have released backup catcher Miguel Olivo just days after he pulled his best Mike Tyson impression by biting off the ear of teammate Alex Guerrero.The incident occurred in the eighth inning of Tuesday’s Triple-A game between Albuquerque and Salt Lake after an apparent disagreement over a botched tag. (Video from Jared Massey at DodgersNation.com below):Guerrero was immediately taken to the hospital where he received plastic surgery on his ear and could miss up to five weeks of the season to recuperate.As for Olivo, he was promptly suspended on Wednesday and released this afternoon. He is now a free agent, but I can’t see any team wanting to pick up a guy that physically attacks his own teammates.Sports Nation writer Eric Stephen points out that the 35-year-old backup catcher...

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