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Two Royals fans got into it with a third Royals fan and it made for the best entertainment of the night. Coming in a close second was the Twitter uproar everytime that Chris Berman spoke.
According to the YouTube description:
Watch as the angriest guy I’ve seen does some Kung Fu on this poor dude. The guy in the powder Royals jersey got to spend the night in jail along with his buddy over on the left without a shirt. This happened just as the 2012 Home Run Derby was ending. Stay classy, Kansas City!
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