Details are starting to emerge about Jonathan Denver, the 24-year-old Dodgers fan who was stabbed outside AT&T Park after the Giants won 6-4 last night.
According to multiple reports, Denver left after the eighth inning and got into an altercation about four blocks from the stadium that quickly escalated into a 10-man brawl. One man was armed with a knife while another had a baseball bat. While two men were arrested for their involvement in the altercation, two potential suspects remain at large.
Reports of this altercation this morning quickly reminded everyone of the incident in 2011 where Giants fan, Brian Stow, was beaten by two Dodgers fans in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium and suffered permanent brain damage.
Both the Dodgers and Giants released statements regarding the incident and there will be added security in and around the ballpark tonight. The Giants will also have moment of silence in memory of Dodgers fan, Jonathan Denver.
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