Originally written April 27, 2012 on NESN.com:

From NESN:

Umpire Jeff Kellogg took matters into his own hands on Friday night after an unruly fan got a little too involved in the game.

A streaker jumped onto the field at Camden Yards during the Orioles-A's game and evaded Baltimore Police before rounding third and heading home. After sliding into home face-first, the fan got up and was blindesided by Kellogg, the home plate umpire.

The press box announcer joked that Kellogg would be credited with a putout on the play and then the jokes about signing Kellogg to the Ravens commenced.

This is the second incident of a fan intruding on Orioles baseball, after a fan dressed as Batman streaked the O's home opener. Unfortunately, Kellogg wasn't there to put an end to it then
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8 Comments:
  • I bet you that was a couple of balls the ump wish he never saw.
  • Grow up.
  • Isn't a "streaker" supposed to be nude?...either my eyes are deceiving me or the author doesn't know the meaning of the word streaker. Anyway nice tackle by the ump!
  • A new one for me, a clothed streaker. No matter, he's an idiot! Great tackle though!
  • Too much beer and too few brain cells
  • Gotta love the cops. (6, that's right, 6 cops for field security), literally strolling towards the drunk guy with such a lack of urgency that the umpire has to apprehend the guy. Thanks guys for the professionalism and making all cops look so good, nice job. Thanks.
  • Too bad someone didn't take batting practice on his skull!!!
  • YEARS AGO WHEN I WAS IN HIGH SCHOOL AND LIVING IN DETROIT 2 GUYS WERE BANNED FROM TIGER STADIUM FOR LIFE FOR RUNNING ON THE FIELD THERE PICTURES WERE AT EVERY TICKET BOOTH
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