Diamondbacks Force Dodgers Fan Behind Home Plate To Change (VIDEO)

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Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Over the last few seasons, the Arizona Diamondbacks and Los Angeles Dodgers have had their fair share of disagreements. From hit batsmen to a benches-clearing brawl, a pool celebration, and more recently, insinuating remarks on how to properly assemble a front office, there’s little love lost.

There’s also been the issue of Dodgers fans having trouble when wearing blue in support of their team while attending a game at Chase Field. It dates back to 2013 when a group of Dodgers fans sitting in the field-level suite behind home plate were forced to change into Diamondbacks attire because they were visible on TV.

Last season the Diamondbacks made a fan turn his shirt inside out because it celebrated the Dodgers’ 2013 National League West division title and subsequent pool party. On Sunday, they were at it again as they made a Dodger fan seated behind home plate cover his blue shirt with a Diamondbacks jersey (photo and video below):

Dodgers fan changing

A tickets in the Batter’s Box Suite runs over $3,000 and according to Craig Calcetta of, comes with conditions:

While the Diamondbacks have seemingly attempted to dissuade Dodger fans from attending games at Chase Field, there’s historically been a strong showing whenever the Boys in Blue are playing in the desert.

In the just-concluded three-game series, there were plenty of audible cheers for the Dodgers and “let’s go Dodgers” chants broke out on multiple occasions.


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