Astros pitcher confronts fan who heckled accused woman-abuser

In a clash between a fan heckling an alleged domestic abuser and a player sticking up for that alleged domestic abuser, who’s the good guy?

That was the scene Monday in Cleveland, during the Astros’ 11-3 victory over the Indians to clinch the ALDS.

An Indians fan nearby the Houston bullpen tried to rile up reliever Roberto Osuna, who pleaded not guilty to an assault charge stemming from an incident in May in Toronto, when he was a Blue Jay. The charge was later dropped with Osuna agreeing to a peace bond.

The video of the confrontation, obtained from a fan by TMZ Sports, does not show the actual taunts, but the website reported the fan was shouting things like, “Do you remember baseball before you committed domestic violence?”

Osuna did not say a word in response, but reliever Ryan Pressly stood up for his teammate, approaching the fan and yelling at him to back off.

“Stop, stop, stop,” Pressly pleaded. “I don’t care what you say. You can talk all the s–t you want. Just don’t bring that stuff up.”

The heckler seemed surprised that a line had been crossed.

“When you go to New York, you haven’t heard worse than that?” the fan shouted back.

After some “pleases” from Pressly, he gave up and walked away before saying, “[Osuna is] trying to be a professional … but you’re coming over here being a d–khead, dude.”

Neither Osuna nor Pressly ended up pitching in the game, and their series against the Red Sox begins Saturday.