Passions are always high in Chicago between Cubs and White Sox fans, but some took their rivalry too far by erupting in fist fights during a recent crosstown game.
At least two brawls broke out at the Cubs/Sox game on Saturday, according to Fox News.
Video of one incident shows a group of women squaring off in the stands as stadium security tried to break them up at Guarantee Rate Field, home of the Chicago White Sox.
FANS FIGHT IN STANDS: There have been multiple reports of fights in the stands during Saturday night's Crosstown Classic between the Cubs and White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field.
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— FOX 10 Phoenix (@FOX10Phoenix) July 7, 2019
A second video posted to social media shows a group of male fans scuffling in the stands.
If I'm gonna miss the Jon Jones fight, at least I have the cubs/sox right field section getting rowdy pic.twitter.com/BFbyHlQXmw
— Roger Wheelhouse (@RogerWheelhouse) July 7, 2019
No arrests or injuries were reported.
The Sox released a statement praising their stadium security forces.
“We support the tireless, round-the-clock efforts of our security team who help provide a safe, enjoyable fan experience,” the White Sox said. “Our security team responded immediately in those cases, and we continue to make fan safety a top priority at the ballpark.”
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