A baseball fan threatened to kill a stranger who was wearing a Los Angeles Dodger's hat in a Brooklyn diner yesterday. According to the Post, 38-year-old suspect Marcos Esteban — who was born 14 years after the Dodger's abandoned Brooklyn — menaced the Los Angeles fan with a boxcutter for wearing the wrong ballcap to the eatery, which is near the corner of Myrtle Avenue and Skillman Street.

The altercation occurred at around 12:30 am and when the LA fan told the suspect he would call 911, the perp vowed to kill him, according to the tabloid. That's when the man in the Dodger's hat fled from the eatery and called cops. Police arrived and arrested Esteban. He has been charged with menacing, harassment, and criminal possession of a weapon, and is being held in lieu of $750 bail.