According to PennLive.com, some fans who attended LeSean McCoy’s charity softball game ended up getting into a brawl. Two men ended up being cited for disorderly conduct and then were released. One of them was brought to the hospital to get treatment for a laceration to his head.
City police filed charges against two men after a fight broke out during a charity softball game at the Clipper Magazine Stadium in Lancaster late Saturday.
Officers responded to the fight at 8:30 p.m. and separated both men from one another, said Sgt. Bill Hickey, a city police spokesman. A woman was also believed involved in the fight, but only the two men were at the scene when officers arrived.
The fight broke out in the stands during the game, the second annual charity fundraising game put on by Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy.
Both men were cited for disorderly conduct and released, Hickey said, adding that one of them was taken to the Lancaster General Hospital with a minor laceration to his head.
“If you just have a couple people trading punches it’s usually just a summary offense,” Hickey said. “So they received tickets and then were released; it really depends on the severity of the incident.”
What a surprise that two Eagles fans decided to fight at a charity softball game.