Fan fights are the best.
Coming into the 2022 Major League Baseball season, many in baseball wondered how the Houston Astros would do without Carlos Correa after he jetted to the Minnesota Twince. 25-year-old shortstop by the name of Jeremy Pena answered those questions by going on to win World Series MVP, ALCS MVP and an American League Gold Glove.
On Monday, it was time to celebrate their accomplishment. However, it did not go off without violence. Two female Astros fans had a verbal altercation that quickly turned violent as two different videos show each woman getting the better of the other one.
Watch the fight below:
— Andy (@ballinandy24) November 7, 2022
We have a fight at the Astros World Series parade!
— Baseball Bros (@BaseballBros) November 7, 2022
The Astros won the World Series, 6-2, after crushing the Philadelphia Phillies Saturday night, 4-1, in Game 6 at Minute Maid Park, winning their second championship in franchise history and their first World Series title since 2017.
Pena led all players in the World Series in batting average, OBP and OPS, slashing .400/.423/1.023 with one home run and three RBI. He became the youngest position player to win the award and the first rookie shortstop to ever take home ALCS and World Series MVP honors in the same postseason.
Baseball Fan fights will resume once again next Spring.
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