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Watch Padres Fan Get Beat Up During Game and Tumbled Down The Bleachers

It looks like a game can never be without the fans getting into a heated argument or a brutal fight. It appears it’s part of the game and that without it fans can’t enjoy the game.

According to Side Action;

There was plenty of action this past weekend when the Dodgers and Padres squared up at Petco Park in San Diego. For a few fans it was a bloody game.

There was another fan fight from this weekend’s Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres series at Petco Park. This one was captured accidentally as someone was filming the big screen during a musical performance when their attention was drawn back to the stands just in time to see some guy get punched in the face and get sent flying down the seats in the upper deck.

It’s unclear who the guy who went tumbling down a few rows down was rooting for, but the rest of the video shows Padres fan on Padres fan violence as the guy in the brown jersey then goes after a fan in a Juan Soto jersey and maybe one of his friends. It appears they’re both on the ground by the time the camera turns away in the middle of the chaos.

This kind of violence makes going to any sporting event downright scary. The Upper Deck is not a place for the faint of heart.

The Dodgers are ramping up for the postseason.

When you’ve won 110 games, when you’ve cruised along the National League West road to a division title without even a glance in the rearview mirror, you can afford to experiment a little.

And Monday night’s 2-1 loss to the Colorado Rockies at Dodger Stadium all but turned into a glorified live batting practice session for Tony Gonsolin, the Dodgers’ All-Star right-hander returning from a forearm strain that had kept him out of the rotation since Aug. 23.

But squint hard enough and there were playoff stakes. A strong few innings for Gonsolin meant comfortably locking in a guy with a 2.14 earned-run average as a Game 3 or 4 starter for the NL Division Series. A shaky start meant reevaluating — perhaps tossing left-hander Andrew Heaney into the mix or piecing together a bullpen game.

“It’d be a big confidence boost,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said before the game about the comfort a strong outing from Gonsolin would bring. “Not only for myself but for Tony.”

Consider that confidence in question.

Gonsolin threw just two innings Monday, one clean and one messy across 40 pitches. Roberts said before the game that the Dodgers primarily would be evaluating Gonsolin’s velocity, slider and splitter as he worked back from a long stint on the injured list.

“If we can get through three innings and he comes out of it feeling good, I think we can get to the next step,” Roberts said.

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