The players fined were Rafael Marquez, Manchester United's Javier Hernandez, Tottenham midfielder Giovanni dos Santos, Guillermo Ochoa, Francisco Rodriguez, Carlos Salcido, Andres Guardado, Gerardo Torrado, Pablo Barrera, Hector Esqueda and Hector Moreno.
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"It's said they are young, but that doesn't exempt them from responsibility," De la Torre said. "The space for recreation should exist, but there are moments and places for it."
Following the World Cup, Mexico has no key matches for several more months. The next two big events are the CONCACAF Gold Cup in June in the United States followed by the Copa America in July in Argentina.
Mexico officials said they spoke with most of the players who were fined or suspended.
"Many of them totally accepted it," De la Torre said. "Others expressed some doubts, but in general it's an issue that involves something that is not a perception, but something that is written and specified."
He said the money collected from the fines may go to charity or to flood victims in Veracruz, which was hit by Hurricane Karl.