Nothing says July 4th in the U.S.A. like an old-fashioned bleacher brawl at Miller Park in Milwaukee where Cubs fans were reportedly loaded and looking for action out of Brewers fans who were more than happy to engage in some fisticuffs.
Hot dogs, apple pie & bodies flailing around after at least 3-4 straight days of getting tore up. That’s just the life these savages are leading this summer and it all boiled over in the 9th inning, according to a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel high school sports writer who just happened to be in the stands and witnessed the chaos.
“So I have a story from the right field bleacher seats to add some sweetness to this win: In the middle of the ninth, a group of Cubs fans that had been getting excessively inebriated and rambunctious as the game went on finally picked a fight with people in front of them…,” Zac Bellman tweeted Monday night.
Brewers fight in the bleachers. Even though the Cubs are completely irrelevant the fans still end up being the biggest douches in sports. pic.twitter.com/HrDptCWnU5
— Brewer Burner (@BrewerBurner13) July 5, 2022
“As security quickly neutralized the situation as best they could and led the group out, a few of the Cubs fans who threw punches kept mockingly chanting ‘scoreboard’ as they were led out with the Cubs leading 2-1. As soon as they left their seats, Urias starts the rally to tie.”
The Cubs lost in the bottom of the 10th and are now 14 games behind the Brew Crew in the NL Central.
And then everyone went home only to wake up this morning cringing at the thought of having to go back to work after going balls to the walls all weekend.
Good luck to all of you trying to get through the day, especially tore up Cubs fans.
Fireworks at the Cubs-Brewers game on the 4th pic.twitter.com/6w6k1JaM8R
— Joe Kinsey (@JoeKinseyexp) July 5, 2022
As security quickly neutralized the situation as best they could and led the group out, a few of the Cubs fans who threw punches kept mockingly chanting “scoreboard” as they were led out with the Cubs leading 2-1. As soon as they left their seats, Urias starts the rally to tie.
— Zac Bellman (@ZacBellman_WNY) July 5, 2022