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jenn2080
04-05-2006, 10:19 PM
So I am minding my own business watching the ninth inning when all of the sudden I start hearing bye bye multiple times. I look up and here is this little guy and this fairly larger(and by larger I mean taller and at least 50 on this little guy) guy in each others face. I am not sure what was going on but all I heard repeatedly was bye bye bye bye bye bye. Very annoying. Next thing I know they are in each others face. On comes security...and it was a throw down. We are not talking about 1 or 2 guards we are talking about 5 or 6. They slam this guy to the ground and on comes his friend. The basically toss him over the bleacher seat and here comes 2 other guys. One of them try to bit the security guards(real mature). After about 2 guys on base...a single and a walk they finally get these 4 guys in handcuffs. This poor little bugger had beer spilled on him and even better on his head. Guards being bit and guys being wrestled to the ground. So anyways...here is the link to my pics. This was too good to not take a pic. I mean come on...I believe that people pay good money to see a game without drama and people acting like fools.

Also I had some dumb guy who decided they were going to smoke in the seats. Some guy asked him nicely to put it out since there was no smoking and the guy got irate and was like you want to see a trophy smashed on the ground and repeated it. He was then going to throw his rep trophy onto the field. Cool guy was drunk before the game even started.

I find it a little ridiculous that people have absolutely no sense.

http://jphoto.fookazoo.com/album40/aar


http://jphoto.fookazoo.com/album40/aap

http://jphoto.fookazoo.com/album40/aao

http://jphoto.fookazoo.com/album40/aan

This was too dumb to not snap a few pics of the morons, There is also some more pics of the trophy ceremony. Feel free to enjoy.

LuvSox
04-05-2006, 10:21 PM
Evidence photos

DumpJerry
04-05-2006, 10:43 PM
We were watching the fight all way over in 112. We figured the one guy was super drunk to fight off what looked to be 6-8 security guys (off-duty Chicago police). When he got real bad, I told my seatmates that he was trying to get upgraded to a felony. I think he was successful.

lizard6king6
04-05-2006, 11:04 PM
Yep, I was in section 102 watching it. The sad part everyone seemed more interested in the fight than the game, and if Im not wrong it was the 9th inning when this happened? Either way, this is why I dont like sitting in the outfield too often, too many drunks and I always see at least one fight, usually in the left field bleachers as well.

Brian26
04-05-2006, 11:05 PM
I saw this from section 533. It appeared they had to call in extra reinforcements. There were easily 15 to 18 white-jacketed Sox security guys. My eyes aren't that good, but it looked like a scary situation at one point because they had enough security there, but because the aisle is so narrow, the additional security help couldn't make it down to do anything...they were just stuck at the top.

TommyJohn
04-06-2006, 07:07 AM
Unfortunately, this is the price that gets paid for larger crowds. The moron
quotient tends to go up. I just hope that nothing really big happens that
will put fights like this on the front page again- although if this stuff has
gone on in all three games so far, it is bound to happen.

Don't get me wrong, I'm happy that larger crowds are coming out, but
something is bound to hit the front pages, and Greeley, the windsock
and the rest will be salivating.

jenn2080
04-06-2006, 07:38 AM
I saw this from section 533. It appeared they had to call in extra reinforcements. There were easily 15 to 18 white-jacketed Sox security guys. My eyes aren't that good, but it looked like a scary situation at one point because they had enough security there, but because the aisle is so narrow, the additional security help couldn't make it down to do anything...they were just stuck at the top.


There was able 8 - 10 guards. It was madness. Half our section couldnt watch the game just in case we had a body flipped over at us like the one guy did. It was ridiculous and a disgrace. Hopefully some of these people will start to ween out a bit after these past few games.

Madvora
04-06-2006, 08:05 AM
The sad part everyone seemed more interested in the fight than the game
Exactly. That's what drives me nuts. I've had fights brake out around me at tons of games and it's alway at a critical part of the game. When that happens, it seems like 90% of the people in the area lose complete interest in the game, which means everyone is keeping me from seeing the game because they won't sit their asses down.

Viva Medias B's
04-06-2006, 08:30 AM
Exactly. That's what drives me nuts. I've had fights brake out around me at tons of games and it's alway at a critical part of the game. When that happens, it seems like 90% of the people in the area lose complete interest in the game, which means everyone is keeping me from seeing the game because they won't sit their asses down.

I would say a fight/brawl in your vicinity is a compelling distraction. For you're own safety, you want to make sure you are out of the line of fire.

Paxson93
04-06-2006, 08:34 AM
We were the next section over-- probbly the craziest fight I'e ever seen there. That little guy would not go down easy. And he looked like he was about 11. That fan with his back to your camera in the black Sox hoodie helped wrestle his arms into the cuffs. I don't think the security would have been able to handle them if that guy didn't jump in. There were security guards falling all over the place....

Cuck the Fubs
04-06-2006, 08:44 AM
I was one section over as well in 163..........and yes it was a total distraction....

I saw 4 of them in cuffs went I went to the restroom after they got it under control.

It's going to be a wild year I have a feeling

oeo
04-06-2006, 08:59 AM
Exactly. That's what drives me nuts. I've had fights brake out around me at tons of games and it's alway at a critical part of the game. When that happens, it seems like 90% of the people in the area lose complete interest in the game, which means everyone is keeping me from seeing the game because they won't sit their asses down.

But honestly, was there really anything to watch but terrible baseball?

kittle42
04-06-2006, 09:40 AM
I would say a fight/brawl in your vicinity is a compelling distraction. For you're own safety, you want to make sure you are out of the line of fire.

AHHHH!!!!!!

Blob
04-06-2006, 11:49 AM
My tickets are in Sec 160 and saw this yesterday. The thing that bothers me is, granted I looked too for a moment, but people are WAY more interested in the fights then the game. Everyone stands up and then you can't see the field.

RogueWarrior27
04-06-2006, 12:05 PM
My tickets are in Sec 160 and saw this yesterday. The thing that bothers me is, granted I looked too for a moment, but people are WAY more interested in the fights then the game. Everyone stands up and then you can't see the field.

I was in Sec 150. I was trying to watch both the fight and the game. Unfortunately, Politte went 3-0 on the batter while the fight was going on, so the fight won out. More exictement. I could see if maybe bases were loaded with Thome up, then everybody would be watching the game.

Viva Medias B's
04-06-2006, 12:37 PM
If a certain someone was part of our broadcast team, how many times would we hear this in light of possible esclated fights:

:wills
"Drillrods!"

SouthSide_HitMen
04-06-2006, 12:40 PM
There was able 8 - 10 guards. It was madness. Half our section couldnt watch the game just in case we had a body flipped over at us like the one guy did. It was ridiculous and a disgrace. Hopefully some of these people will start to ween out a bit after these past few games.

Great pics Jenn - especially the guy with his head pinned against the ground by White Sox security! :thumbsup:

viagracat
04-06-2006, 12:43 PM
Maybe I'm old, but if you get into a fight at Comiskey or anywhere else, you'll wake up next morning hung over, probably very sore, in the tank or in jail and facing embarrassing charges. That's fun? It's amazing that that there are enough (usually) young jagbags out there who just don't get it. Seen a few fights myself at the park over the years, usually near the Bullpen. Doesn't make any sense.

woodenleg
04-06-2006, 12:53 PM
Maybe I'm old, but if you get into a fight at Comiskey or anywhere else, you'll wake up next morning hung over, probably very sore, in the tank or in jail and facing embarrassing charges. That's fun? It's amazing that that there are enough (usually) young jagbags out there who just don't get it. Seen a few fights myself at the park over the years, usually near the Bullpen. Doesn't make any sense.

I've never seen any fights. I keep going there, looking to see one of these legendary fights and never do.

DaleJRFan
04-06-2006, 01:02 PM
Don't let the *******s ruin the fun for you. I had an absolute blast with the people in my section...

roylestillman
04-06-2006, 07:39 PM
This couldn't have been more distracting than that carrot top like troll in the Northern Illinois sweatsthirt that kept jumping around section 159,160 and 161. If that guy's got a season ticket its going to be a long season.

MUsoxfan
04-06-2006, 07:42 PM
I've never seen any fights. I keep going there, looking to see one of these legendary fights and never do.

I've seen way too many in my time. 2-3 years ago was the worst. There were rumbles in the left-field bleachers almost every week on the half-price nights

jenn2080
04-06-2006, 08:31 PM
This couldn't have been more distracting than that carrot top like troll in the Northern Illinois seasthirt that kept jumping around section 159,160 and 161. If that guy's got a season ticket its going to be a long season.

Funny I thought the same thing and a few other people in 161

itsnotrequired
04-07-2006, 06:52 AM
I've seen way too many in my time. 2-3 years ago was the worst. There were rumbles in the left-field bleachers almost every week on the half-price nights

I remember the first half-price Tuesday game in 2004. My buddy and I counted no less than 12 fights in the bleachers/outfield seats. It was insane.

I went to three half-price Monday games last year and I believe I only saw two fights combined.

BainesHOF
04-07-2006, 10:41 AM
I've seen way too many in my time. 2-3 years ago was the worst. There were rumbles in the left-field bleachers almost every week on the half-price nights

You are correct, sir. Some of those nights I was scared, and I don't scare easily. There were tons of people back then getting drunk and looking to start trouble.

miker
04-07-2006, 03:14 PM
I guess this is more proof of how unsafe Sox games are at "The Cell"...