Fans behaving badly at professional games will never stop, and such was the case during a recent MLB game.
A video shared to social media showed the moment a fan ran onto the field at Seattle’s T-Mobile Park during the 10th inning.
The unidentified man was seen being chased down by several security guards in the outfield as they struggled to catch him. Some upset fan tried to take matters into his own hands by leaping from his seat in an attempt to grab the fan as he ran by.
Unfortunately, that fan would end up falling out of the stands.
Ultimately, he slowed the fan down long enough for security to jump on him. Security would then help the fan who tried to help them.
This incident went down during a scoreless game in extra innings.
The Yankees won their first two games of the three-game series, but Cal Raleigh’s single leading off the bottom of the 10th inning on Wednesday scored pinch-runner Jose Caballero to give the Mariners a 1-0 win.
It is unclear if the fan running on the field was arrested or charged. Unfortunately for him, he did not get to see the game-winning hit.
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