For any and all fans of the Colorado Rockies anywhere, and especially fellow Wyomingites, please don't repeat the same behaviors as you will see from the video shown taken just outside of Coors Field in Denver.

On Sunday afternoon (April 10th), shortly after the Colorado Rockies 9-4 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers, an incident outside the stadium turned violent when a scuffle ensued between Rockies and Dodgers fans.

From the look of the footage from the video displayed on YouTube via TMZ Sports, it is unclear exactly how the fighting started as the beginning of the video shows multiple women attacking another woman before a man enters the skirmish and begins to take swings towards those women as the brawl breaks out. It would appear that the man who came in swinging punches was accompanying the woman being initially attacked. Another man in a blue shirt also comes in to combat the man that started throwing punches, but he was also hit while on the ground. See in the video for yourself.

The video shows a police officer also coming in to break up the scuffle towards the end. As the publication 'Complex' reports, there's no telling if any arrests were made from the incident outside Coors Field.

As several thousands of Rockies fans are in our immediate region, we can only hope that no one would exhibit this type of behavior when attending a Colorado Rockies game or any game for that matter. Violent behavior is something that should never result from spectators attending any sporting event. It's always important to be kind and respectful to others when attending these types of events.

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