A fan ran onto the field at Comerica Park in Detroit during the middle of the Tigers-Twins game and only got caught because he decided to give up.
The unidentified fan, dressed in a yellow jersey with No. 69 on the back, could be seen giving the fans something to cheer about as he easily evaded security with his juke moves that broke the ankles of multiple people.
The pursuit didn’t end until he volunteered himself to be caught and he still got tackled to the ground.
According to the Tigers website, going onto the field is considered trespassing and can lead to an arrest and fine. The rule states:
For the safety and enjoyment of all, guests are reminded to not interfere with a ball in play or trespass onto the playing field. Interference and trespassing are prohibited by Comerica Park policy and a City of Detroit Ordinance. Persons who violate this ordinance are subject to ejection, arrest, appearance ticket, and prosecution.
The Tigers would further excite the team by defeating the Twine 9-5. They would also take game 3 of the series and 2 of 3 overall for a series win.
The Tigers might be eleven games under .500, but nobody is running away with the AL Central, so they still have a shot at catching the Twins.
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