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LOS ANGELES -- A minor fender bender in a Dodger Stadium parking lot over the weekend led to the beating of a driver and the arrest of four people more than a year after a San Francisco Giants fan was left with brain damage after an attack on opening day, police said Monday. Robert Lewandowski Bayern Munich . The latest attack occurred Sunday, when the victim, a man in his 20s, had a collision with another driver and three other men pinned him down, police said. The other driver kicked and hit the victim in the head and face while he was on the ground, police Sgt. David Armas said. "It was just a minor fender bender that just got totally out of hand," he said. The victim, whose name was not released, had scrapes and cuts to his face, but his injuries were not life-threatening, Armas said. A woman in the victims car who is eight months pregnant was not hurt, but she was examined at a hospital as a precaution, he said. The four men were arrested for investigation of assault with a deadly weapon. They were identified late Monday as Arthur Morales, 20; Alan Trujillo, 29; Alejandro Briceno, 29; and Ulises Briceno, 26. The men have been released after posting bail, US$30,000 each. In a statement, Dodgers officials praised stadium security and Los Angeles police for a "quick security response (that) prevented the confrontation from escalating further." Security responded within moments, according to the statement issued Monday. Dodger president Stan Kasten said the organization is committed to providing a safe, family-friendly environment for fans. The violence came after Giants fan Bryan Stow was beaten last year. Two men have pleaded not guilty to charges including mayhem and assault. Stadium officials beefed up security after that attack. Stows family has filed a lawsuit against the team and previous owner Frank McCourt, claiming security cutbacks were partially to blame for the attack. The Dodgers were sold earlier this year to an ownership group that includes NBA legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson. Dodgers security staff and uniformed off-duty Los Angeles police were at the stadium Sunday and responded quickly. Cmdr. Andrew Smith said the officer who detained the suspects was an off-duty LAPD officer who was working in uniform for the Dodgers. Dodger Stadium is one of the few places that LAPD allows officers to be hired by an outside organization and to wear their police uniform, Smith said. Police were out in full force on opening day last month and reported a drop in the number of arrests and public drinking citations from opening day the previous year. Police have said officers wearing rival team jerseys will be at every home game. "Weve maintained that high presence throughout the year," Smith said. The beating occurred after the Dodgers 6-5 win over the St. Louis Cardinals. Dante Bayern Munich ., native Andrew Wiggins wasnt around a year ago for one of the worst nights in Kansas basketball history. Bastian Schweinsteiger Bayern Munich . As the Toronto Argonauts prepare to face their hated enemies from down the QEW, the Hamilton Tiger Cats, in this Sundays Eastern Final, theyre faced with something they havent experienced all season - a healthy receiving corps. DAVOS, Switzerland -- Most coaches would rave about offence after a 7-1 victory, but Marc Crawford was most impressed with his defence corps Monday. Former NHL blue-liner Joel Kwiatkowski scored twice and Canada jumped out to a big early lead en route to an easy win over HC Vitkovice Steel in the opener for both teams at the Spengler Cup. Kwiatkowski, Domenic Pittis, Mark Hartigan, Brett McLean and Rico Fata scored in the first period for the Canadians, who completely outplayed their Czech opponents. Defenceman Shawn Heins picked up two assists. "(The defence) were difference makers. We never spent a lot of time in our end," Crawford said. "It was very tough for the Czech team to forecheck and we escaped our zone an awful lot of times with one good tape-to-tape pass." Kwiatkowski added another goal on the power play at 17:07 of the second. Kurtis McLean added Canadas seventh goal in the third. Former NHL goalie Marty Turco started for Canada and was never really threatened by Vitkovice until Australian teenager Nathan Walker broke the shutout bid midway through the final period. Canada got on the board quickly in the first when Kwiatkowski one-timed a shot from the top of the circle at 2:29 past Vitkovice goalie Filip Sindelar. Pittis made it 2-0 just 34 seconds later when Stacy Roest found him in the slot on a delayed penalty. Perrault scored at 6:49 to make it 3-0 on a weak shot that Sindelar should have had. Brett McLean made it 4-0 with a pretty deflection on a two-man advantage off a point shot from Heins at 10:08 and Fata stretched the lead with a backhand deke on a breakaway at 17:15. Canada didnt have much time for preparation at the tournament. Philipp Lahm Bayern Munich. The team gathered for a meeting on Saturday night and practised for the first time Sunday. "We had a real good start," Crawford added. "I thought our depth was pretty apparent and I thought the guys really executed what we wanted them to execute without really having a lot of practice time." Walker, a 17-year-old from Australia, banged home a rebound past Turco on the power play at 8:23 of the third period for Vitkovices lone goal. Kurtis McLean added the final goal at 12:33 of the third period for Canada, which will face host HC Davos on Wednesday. Crawford had little information on Mondays opponent, but Canada will be much better prepared in its second game. "We have a lot of the Swiss league tapes. Ive seen them play three games this year and Ill get a chance to watch them live (Tuesday)," Crawford said. "At the end of the day its really about our players coming and competing and executing. They were terrific today and hopefully we can build on that." Crawford said Jake Allen will start in goal for Canada against HC Davos. The Spengler Cup, the oldest professional international hockey tournament in the world, has been held in the picturesque mountain town of Davos since 1923. The competition features five European club teams and a Canadian entry comprised largely of European-based pros. Canada has appeared in nine of the last 11 Spengler Cup finals, last winning the tournament in 2007. The format offers little margin for error. After opening with two round-robin games, the tournament shifts into a sudden-death playoff round. The championship game will be played on New Years Eve. cheap jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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