Police looking for those involved in fight that critically injured fan

Police are investigating a fight outside Dodger Stadium that left one person in critical condition.

The fight occurred Friday night in a stadium parking lot following the Los Angeles Dodgers' 3-1 loss to the New York Mets in Game 1 of the National League Division Series.

LAPD Officer Matthew Ludwig told the Los Angeles Times that the person was still in critical but stable condition Monday and that it was not clear whether the people involved in the fight were fans of rival teams.

However, witnesses told the Los Angeles ABC affiliate that the fight took place between Dodgers and Mets fans and that the injured party was a Mets fan. They said the man was punched and then fell, striking his head.

Police are looking for those involved, and no one has been arrested.

A Dodgers spokesman told the Times that the team had no comment on the situation.

The incident is drawing comparisons to the beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, who was disabled from brain damage suffered in an attack on Opening Day 2011 in a stadium parking lot outside Dodger Stadium.

The Stow beating focused attention on security at the Los Angeles stadium and led to a $14 million jury verdict against the Dodgers for the former Santa Cruz paramedic. Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood pleaded guilty in the case.