Found April 08, 2013 on Bush League Chronicle:
The greatest source of entertainment for Blue Jays fans on Sunday came from this guy.The video footage picks up after the man has already made his way onto the field, and he appears to have every intention to escape by scaling the outfield wall.However, his attempt proves both hilarious and futile, as he is mobbed by security within seconds of reaching the warning track. So close, fella. So close.That moment was probably the only time Jays fans were able to cheer during the game. The Red Sox handed them a brutal 13-0 defeat, while Toronto ace R.A. Dickey fell to 0-2 on the season.No need to panic if you're a fan of the Blue Jays, though. It's still early.Plus, there's always a chance that another idiot will try his hand at running onto the field and attempting to elude authorities.(If you don't see the video auto-playing, click on the image to link you to the original host).Via Twitter
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