The confrontation left Bradley with an injured knee and the umpire suspended for the rest of the season.
Bob Watson, baseball's vice president in charge of discipline,
said Friday that Bradley was not suspended "because no contact was
made" during the eighth-inning screaming match at San Diego on
Sept. 24. The Padres lost to Colorado 7-3.
Bradley's manager, Bud Black, wrestled Bradley to the ground as he was trying to get at Winters. In the process, Bradley sustained torn ligaments in his knee that required surgery and was lost for the season.
He didn't play in the Padres' 13-inning
loss to the Rockies in the NL wild-card tiebreaker.
"He didn't make contact with the guy, thanks to his manager," Watson said, according to The Los Angeles Times. "If his manager hadn't gotten him, we're talking a whole different situation."
Watson, who attended Thursday's AL Division Series game in Cleveland between the New York Yankees and the Indians, said MLB had already decided on discipline for Bradley, but declined to address whether Bradley had been fined for the incident, The Times reported.
Winters was suspended for the remainder of the season and the playoffs after MLB determined he had used a profanity aimed at Bradley.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.