Three Dodgers players — catcher Russell Martin, reliever Joe Beimel and outfielder Delwyn Young — were briefly detained by Pittsburgh Police officers around midnight following Tuesday night’s win over the Pirates, along with Pirates outfielder Nyjer Morgan. The four left a restaurant-bar across the street from the ballpark with the intention of Morgan giving the Dodgers trio a ride back to the team hotel. No sooner had Morgan driven his SUV out of an adjacent parking lot when he was pulled over, the probable cause being that his window tinting allegedly was too dark to conform with code. All four players were ordered out of the vehicle and told to set on a curb while the officers searched the vehicle, which also had temporary license plates because Morgan had recently purchased it. After several minutes, and after Morgan showed police the required paperwork to go with his temporary plates, the matter was cleared up and the four were allowed to leave. All four players said today that the matter was no big deal. Morgan, who is black, and Martin, who is biracial, both hinted at possible racial profiling. But when asked directly if they believed such profiling had taken place, both players said no. Morgan and Young have known each other since they met in Major League Baseball’s offseason Rookie Development Program in Washington a few years ago. Martin was with Morgan and Young. Beimel was in the restaurant having dinner with his parents but had caught a ride back to the hotel with the other three.