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How To Act At Sporting Events, Rule #1: Don't Slap Opposing Players' Wives

At least one fan in Chicago broke that rule Sunday, according to the Houston Chronicle:

Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen issued a public apology on behalf of his organization to Astros second baseman Craig Biggio, whose wife was slapped by a fan in the stands at U.S. Cellular Field.

"I feel like it's our fault, and I talked to (Biggio) about it, and he knows we're sorry," Guillen said. "He knows it was something we couldn't control. It wasn't like a fight. (The fan) hit the lady and left."

The incident occurred on Sunday night during Game 2 of the 101st World Series at Chicago's ballpark, where several members of the Astros' traveling party were harassed.

"He slapped her and ran," Biggio said of the fan who struck his wife, Patty. "She ran after him. My brother-in-law ended up putting him against the wall. That's pretty sorry."

Not the classiest thing to do, Soxfan. This is the kind of act that gets a fanbase a bad rep - so Kings fan, please PLEASE please don't go pulling on Vanessa Bryant's hair this season.

Oh, I almost forgot the best part of this whole story:

Added Guillen: "I wish she would have grabbed something and broken his head. If that happened to my family, it would have been a big problem."

Holy god. Breaking someone's head is very hardcore, and duly noted.