Little league officials in Columbus say they are trying to ban parents involved in a videotaped brawl at a game.
The fight began when one of the fathers of a member of the losing team told the father of a member of the winning team that the music from his car was too loud. Soon, several fathers of the 12-year-old players were scuffling on the ground.
Police arrested two dads and charged them with disorderly conduct.
Little League Administrator Bernard Ashley said he was embarrassed by the situation and is trying to get both fathers banned from the ballpark.
Ashley said that officials told the players to ignore the fight.
Both of the men involved in the fight are expected to appear in court on August 16.