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By SI Wire
July 11, 2014

A woman was knocked unconscious during a fight between Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants fans outside AT&T Park, reports CBS San Francisco.

According to the report, the fight happened after the Giants were beaten 6-1 by Oakland on Thursday. 

According to San Francisco police, the woman, who was wearing an A's cap, was punched in the face trying to break up a fight between two men and hit her head on the sidewalk.

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She was unresponsive when an ambulance took her to the hospital, and her condition was unknown. Witnesses told police that two suspects, both men, drove away in a gold colored Toyota Tundra truck.

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This is latest incident outside a ballpark involving fans fighting.

Giants fan Bryan Stow was severely beaten in a Dodger Stadium parking lot in 2011 and was recently awarded $18 million by a jury, who found the Dodgers partially negligent for the incident.

In September, a Dodgers fan was stabbed to death near AT&T Park after a Giants-Dodgers game, but no charges were filed in that case after prosecutors said they could not prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt.

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