There is no crying in baseball and there are definitely no fights in the stands while watching a playoff game.
A Houston Astros fan was arrested for allegedly defeating a New York Yankees fan as the pair watched their respective teams in the second game of the American League Championship Series on Sunday.
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73-year-old James Dinkins was arrested for assault after the police claimed he had beaten the Yankees fan at the back of the head on the back of Maid Park. The unidentified Yankees fan cheered his team only at some point during the match, the police said.
Dinkins, a former Justice of the Peace in Montgomery County, was released from prison on a $ 1
COLE, ASTROS According to Harris County prosecutor Nathan Beedle, the allegations against Dinkins were "disquieting." Houston prides itself on "hospitality, sportiness and welcoming people from everywhere".
] The Astros won the match on Sunday to tie the series.
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The team then took on a 2-1 lead over the Yankees and won on Tuesday.
Associated Press has contributed to this report.