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(Huffington Post)   "The interloper danced, waved and made weak attempts to cheerlead. He evaded a diving grab as he ran toward the pitcher's mound and then home plate, where he was eventually corralled at American Family Field"   (huffpost.com) divider line
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308 clicks; posted to Sports » on 19 May 2022 at 3:43 PM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-05-19 3:45:38 PM  
That soccer player who crushed the fan.gif
 
2022-05-19 3:51:55 PM  
He was a little late for the Kenny Chesney show.  Although he was better behaved than the crowd at any country concert.
 
2022-05-19 5:31:46 PM  
Okay, a quick question here.  I know there a few here that have served as sports stadium security.  When I worked it a few years, the management told us NEVER to chase any runner on the field of play for liability reasons and danger of injuring the intruder through excessive force.  If this is true, all of those guys in red except the one tracing the third base line should have been fired after the game, right?  Or are there different rules that apply here?

Also, FTA:

He's lucky a player didn't get involved, as the Buffalo Bills' Stefon Diggs didduring the NFL playoffs to bring down another field-storming fool.

Yeah, like Diggs is REALLY the first person you think about, newbie.

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2022-05-19 6:46:05 PM  

rjakobi: Okay, a quick question here.  I know there a few here that have served as sports stadium security.  When I worked it a few years, the management told us NEVER to chase any runner on the field of play for liability reasons and danger of injuring the intruder through excessive force.  If this is true, all of those guys in red except the one tracing the third base line should have been fired after the game, right?  Or are there different rules that apply here?

Also, FTA:

He's lucky a player didn't get involved, as the Buffalo Bills' Stefon Diggs didduring the NFL playoffs to bring down another field-storming fool.

Yeah, like Diggs is REALLY the first person you think about, newbie.

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Chasing them just to corral them and resolve the situation isn't the same as spearing a guy.  Also a fair number at Miller Park are off duty officers (including one in the dept my wife works for) so they get a little more leeway on resolving these problems.
 
2022-05-20 7:58:41 AM  
Right in the AFF.
 
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