Dodgers fans can’t stop getting in fights in the stands (Video)

Los Angeles Dodgers fans wouldn’t be Los Angeles Dodgers fans if they didn’t fight in the stands. It’s a right of passage.

At the Dodgers-Braves game on Wednesday night, a group of fans opted to take frustrations into their own hands. Yes — we’re talking about a fan fight.

Baseball fans fight at stadiums across the country. Heck, it’s tough to blame them. When tensions are high in the middle of a four-hour sporting event when most of the game is spent standing still, everyone needs a way to entertain themselves. Hence, unnecessary fighting.

The seated fan was having none of it. The minute his opponent dared to step foot on the bleachers, he put him to sleep.

Dodgers enter weekend series against Giants with chance to secure NL West lead

The Dodgers have been red-hot since the All-Star Break, and slowly but surely chipped away at the Giants NL West lead.

What was once seen as a solid advantage is now the exact opposite, with the two teams tied heading into their last series against one another on the season.

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