The 33-year-old man who was lot said in a report broadcast Wednesday that the suspects should have been charged.
His remarks came after the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office , who were arrested after the fight following Sunday night's game.
Prosecutors and police felt the suspects may have been acting in self-defense.
They referred the case to the City Attorney's Office, which will consider whether to file misdemeanor charges.
"I definitely feel they got to be punished for something; it's not like they didn't commit a crime," the victim, appearing on a darkened screen to protect his identity, told KCAL9.
The man was held down as one of the suspects kicked him and punched him in the head, according to police.
Off-duty LAPD officers arrived after several minutes and, according to Dodger ownership and police, kept the situation from escalating.
We've been polling Echo Park-Silver Lake Patch readers over the last few days about whether signage clearly posting stadium security contact info would protect victims of these kinds of incidents.
23 of 41 responding (56 percent) said "no."
Local Assembly member Mike Gatto's AB 2464 would require just that. It passed the Assembly late last week and is now before the Senate.
Meantime, some Echo Park residents worry that Northeast Division officers normally assigned to patrol the neighborhood may be on duty in the Stadium instead, leaving neighborhoods under-protected.
Northeast Division officer declined to answer our question about such an allegation.