DAYTON, Ohio Cincinnati Reds Chicago Cubs Fight Brawl

January 3, 2011

DAYTON, Ohio Cincinnati Reds Chicago Cub Julio Castillo Preoria Angel Cabrerra Donnie Scott manager Carmelo Martinez Ryne Sanberg George Spelius bench clearing brawl fight baseball injured A HUGE BRAWL broke out in the bottom of the 1st inning of this game between the two teams. Peoria Chiefs pitcher Julio Castillo took the ultimate cheap shot as he crow-hopped a baseball into the direction of the Dayton Dragons dugout. The ball then skimmed off the dragons dugout and drilled a fan in the middle of the forehead! The Fan was taken away in a stretcher to the hospital. This pitcher then was arrested for assault by the Dayton Police. 15 Players were ejected 02 Head Coaches were ejected —- 17 total people were ejected, but were then UN-ejected because they did not have enough position players to continue to play the game! Dragons then won the game 6-5 after a 1 hour and 9 minute delay!
Video Rating: 4 / 5 This is a video that consists of Chicago Cubs & Wrigley Field art taken by the artist, Bob Horsch. The Chicago Cubs pictures range in date from the early 1980’s to 2007. In the Cubs video you will find an image of the Wrigley field marquee during the Chicago Cubs first night game on 8-8-88(However the game got rained out). You will also get a view inside the ballpark during an interleague game between the Chicago Cubs & New York Yankess. It also features a black and white aerial picture of the ballpark along with a birds eye view aerial of Wrigley Field and the Chicago skyline. The opening framed photograph is a panoramic image of Wrigley Field framed with a blue double matte. These Wrigley Field pictures and more are all presented with an audio clip of the late Harry Caray singing the famous 7th inning stretch under the lights at the Chicago Cubs first night game in Wrigley Field. ———————————————————————————– Bob Horsch has been a professional Chicago photographer for nearly 30 years now and has taken photos of all the Chicago sports (Chicago Cubs Baseball, Sox, Bears, Bulls, Blackhawks) teams. His work also includes several panoramic images of the Chicago skyline and popular landmarks. In addition to color photography, Bob has been taking photographs of Chicago with black & white film. To view more of his Chicago photographs, you can visit his website at View Soldier Field

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