Police say coaches and parents, who were unhappy with the baseball game involving 7-year-olds and a 13-year-old umpire, took over the field and began fighting each other on Saturday.
Police are looking for any information about the fight.
Police told ABC News that a few minor injuries were reported and that one person had suffered serious bodily injuries.
Particularly very bad is the sucker punch the guy in the teal shorts and white t-shirt unleashed, which led to what appears to be a serious injury to the guy he punched.
Lakewood Police have charged four people with disorderly conduct and are looking at charging other parents.
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This all happened over a call a 13-year-old umpire made at a baseball game between 7-year-olds. One woman is heard praying.
There's certainly no good reason for parents to brawl with each other during a baseball game, but the fact that the kids are so young here makes the senseless violence even more profoundly stupid. "That's the saddest part". Come on parents, grow the hell up'.
KDVR also talked to Shannon Hartman, a man who officiates high school sports.
"Kids look up to you, I mean my kid does, all kids do, and if you don't lead by example then what do you expect your future to be?" Romero said he can only imagine what's going through the kids' heads. "I highly doubt that the Rockies had any scouts there during the game".
Police are still investigating the incident.