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Fan booked after jumping into Astros bullpen during Game 2

Dodgers fan jumped into the Astros bullpen to escape security, only to be greeted by more security

A Dodgers fan trying to evade security jumped into the Astros bullpen during Game 2 of the 2017 World Series. Video courtesy of Hershel Cohen/Twitter.
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A Dodgers fan trying to evade security jumped into the Astros bullpen during Game 2 of the 2017 World Series. Video courtesy of Hershel Cohen/Twitter.

Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday night had a little bit of everything.

Unfortunately, that included a fan doing something stupid.

In the 10th inning, a fan jumped into the Astros bullpen, but he was quickly subdued by a cadre of security members.

A person in the stands got a look at the fan making the jump into the bullpen and shared this video on Twitter. Be warned that there is some NSFW language.

USA Today reported that the man was booked on a “single misdemeanor charge.”

“Security got there really quick, and it was like there were 30 of them,” Houston Astros reliever Luke Gregerson told USA Today. “Oh, my God, other than that it was nothing. I think the guy was mad at the security guy or something. He wanted to fight him. ...

“He wasn’t going anywhere. Then a security guard grabbed him. And then another security guard grabbed him. Twenty more came in. They all jumped on top of him. And that was it. That was all she wrote.”

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