A huge brawl broke out Saturday afternoon at the Chicago White Sox game for almost two minutes before security was able to break it apart.

Fists were flying all over the place before a woman was dragged over a row of seats near the first-base side of the stands.

As the fight was happening, one lone security guard worked to bring peace back to the crowd, but had a hard time by himself.


Things eventually settled down momentarily, until another woman threw a cup at the woman who had been dragged over the seats.

Things slowed up again for a few seconds, but reignited again when one woman grabbed another's hair as she tried to walk away from the brawl. This time, the whole group got back into it. Some were holding each other back and others were tackling others onto the stairs.

Nearly a full two minutes into the video of the fight, other security guards finally got things under control. Obviously, those seats sat mostly empty after the dust settled.

The Sox, who most of these fighters seemed to be, won in a walk-off in 10 innings, with a final of 7-6 over the Orioles.

Down one in the bottom of the 10th inning, Yasmani Grandal tied the game with a double, and then two batters after, Oscar Colas drove in pinch-runner Seby Zavala.

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