null null Baseball Pirates reliever Arquimedes Caminero hit a pair of Diamondbacks in the head Tuesday night, and Chip Hale didn't like it one bit. The Arizona manager said after a 12-1 Pirates victory that Caminero shouldn't be pitching in the majors if he can't control his pitches. "You

know what, when guys get hit in the head and they get hit in the face, there's no place for that in the game," Hale told reporters, via ESPN. "And if the guy is not trying to do it, then he shouldn't be here at this level. If you can't have enough control to not hit people up there, it's just not acceptable — especially twice in one game.MORE: Should fans be worried about these struggling aces? "Guys need to keep the ball down and away from the head area. If a guy can't do it, then he has no business being up here in the major leagues."Caminero was ejected in the eighth inning after plunking Jean Segura and Nick Ahmed above the shoulders. Segura tried to duck a 96-mph fastball, but was hit in the side of the face. He was taken to a Pittsburgh-area hospital to be evaluated for a concussion. Ahmed was hit in the shoulder by an 89-mph splitter and the ball caromed into his jaw. Hale said Ahmed will be fine, but has "a nice little seam mark on his chin."Caminero, 28, gave up three hits with a walk and a strikeout in addition to the two hit batters in 1 2/3 innings. He has a 5.19 ERA over 17 1/3 innings with 13 walks and 14 strikeouts. Pirates manager Clint Hurdle — who saw pitcher Ryan Vogelsong hit in the face Monday against the Rockies — defended his pitcher, saying Caminero did not intentionally hit anyone."That's the last thing he wants to do," Hurdle told reporters. "He was a little tentative after those, the pitches the first time, then he got back in some rhythm, then he lost it again."In that sense, maybe Hale has a point and time on the farm would do Caminero some good.