Softball has always had this.
Teams will always say something when their pitcher gets hit. 99% of players aren't trying to hit the pitcher.
Tempers are going to flare. The pitcher that got hit is rightfully going to be very mad.
Bench clearing videos will always get more views.
I would just add that when a player hits a pitcher whether the pitcher jumped in the hole or not you have to expect some chirping. You as a player will also be chirping when someone else hits your pitcher. So just let it go in one ear and out the other. Unfortunately there are a few that can't let it go and let the chirping get to them and then the benches clear and its kind of silly because nothing happens.
I played in a league in 1994 with aluminum bats and a restricted flight ball. I weighed maybe 160 pounds and was not a good hitter and did not hit the ball hard and a pitcher from an A team was filling in on the other team. I hit him square in the stomach with a line drive, he didn't even get a glove on it. Didn't mean to. Thought they were going to kill me. Anyone can accidently hit a pitcher at any time. When it happens accept the chirping and unkind things the other team is going to say to you and let it go. Expect retaliation say your peace but don't throw a punch.
And if you are on offense don't cross the white line onto the playing field and if you are on defense don't cross the line off of the playing field.