San Diego Padres left fielder Carlos Quentin will be back in the lineup tonight, having served his eight-game suspension for his role in the recent brawl with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

“I’m ready to resume baseball,” Quentin told The San Diego Union-Tribune. “I hope it’s behind us. I know it’s probably going to come up at times, but for me, it’s behind me.”

The brawl was ignited by Quentin’s decision to charge the mound after he was hit by a pitch from Dodgers righthander Zack Greinke. In the skirmish, Greinke suffered a broken left collarbone that had to be surgically repaired. He will miss eight weeks.

Quentin initially appealed his eight-game suspension but then dropped the appeal on April 14, the day before the Padres began a three-game series at Dodger Stadium. San Diego swept that series, during which there were no problems in terms of tension or further benches-clearing shenanigans.

In 10 games this season, Quentin is hitting .174/.310/.304 with no homers and three RBIs.