Another beating has take place at Dodger Stadium.
After a minor traffic accident following the game Sunday, the drivers of both cars involved got out of their vehicles, exchanged words and a fight began, CBS reports.
"It was just a minor fender bender that just got totally out of hand,'' the police told NBC.
Arthur Morales, 30, knocked the other driver to the ground. Then, Morales' friends got out of another car and joined their friend.
"They basically held the victim down while the original suspect kicked and hit him about the head and face area while he was on the ground,'' Sgt. David Armas told the Washington Post.
Off-duty LAPD officers working as security at the game arrested Morales and his friends, Alan Trujillo, 29, Ulisis Briceno, 26, and Alejandro Briceno, 29.
They were booked at Metropolitan Jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and are being held on $30,000 bail, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The victim, a man in his 20s, was sent to County USC hospital with non-life-threatening scrapes to his face and head. An eight-month pregnant female passenger in the victim's car was also examined at the hospital as a precaution, the Associated Press reports. Both the victim and woman have been released from USC County.
The incident comes just over a year after Giants fan Bryan Stow was brutally attacked outside Dodger Stadium in March 2011. Stow suffered traumatic brain injury and still needs round-the-clock assistance with daily tasks such as getting out of bed and brushing his teeth.
In response to the Stow beating, Dodger Stadium increased its security, and their quick response to Sunday's fight is being lauded by some as an improvement since last season.
Click through to recall the chronology of the tragic Bryan Stow beating and its aftermath: