Two of baseball’s biggest hitters were suspended Friday after taking some menacing swings with their fists.

Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera was banned seven games and New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez got barred four games for their actions on a fight-filled afternoon at Comerica Park.

Major League Baseball handed out the penalties one day after the Yankees and Tigers got into three beanball-related clashes during Detroit’s 10-6 victory.

Also suspended were Tigers reliever Alex Wilson (four games), New York catcher Austin Romine (two games) and Detroit manager Brad Ausmus (one game). All four players were appealing and remain eligible until the process is complete.

Sanchez, an All-Star bopper on a powerful tear at the plate lately, was in the lineup for Friday night’s home game against Seattle, catching and batting third for the playoff contenders.

“It’s going to be four games that I’m not going to be able to help the team and I know they need me, so it’s not a good feeling,” he said through a translator.

New York began the day 4½ games behind first-place Boston in the AL East but leading the wild-card race.

Cabrera and Wilson also contested their penalties, keeping them available for Friday night’s game at the Chicago White Sox. Ausmus can still manage until Wilson’s situation is decided.

Detroit entered 55-71, far out of the playoff chase in the American League.

Yoenis Cespedes hurt

New York Mets left fielder Yoenis Cespedes left Friday night’s game at the Washington Nationals in the first inning with a right hamstring strain.

The latest in a relentless string of injuries for the New York Mets occurred with Cespedes running the bases on what turned out to be a dead ball.

The slugger has played in only 81 games this season because of various injuries. He was placed on the disabled list in April with a left hamstring injury.

Cespedes is batting. 292 with 17 home runs and 42 RBI.

New York lost outfielder Michael Conforto on Thursday with a season-ending dislocation and tear of his left shoulder.

Rookie goes on DL

The Chicago White Sox placed rookie Yoan Moncada on the 10-day disabled list with a bone contusion of his right shin.

The 22-year-old is hitting .188 with three home runs and 11 RBI in 30 games since being promoted to the major leagues last month.

Moncada missed two games last weekend with what was described as shin splints. He aggravated the injury Thursday night during a misstep on third base and left the game in the sixth inning.

To take Moncada’s spot on the active roster, Matt Davidson (right wrist contusion) was activated from the 10-day DL. He is batting .238 with 22 homers and 51 RBI in 88 games.