In the Chicago Cubs vs. San Diego Padres showdown, a fan ran to the field and was tackled to safety.
On Wednesday the folks at Wrigley Field are sure they got more than they bargained for. That’s because in the middle of the showdown between Chicago Cubs and San Diego Padres, a guard lowered his shoulder and hit a fan hard enough to meet security and ran to the ground.
In the video below, you can see a truly random person getting decked up. To make things even more interesting, the man had the sign of ‘Jesus the Lord’ in his hand. OK then.
someone ran into the field at Wrigley Field and was leveled by the umpire
If Matt Nagy was on hand at Wrigley, he might want to give that guard a shot at the linebacker next season. Hey, maybe this will be enough to scare Aaron Rodgers for good and force him into early retirement. In all seriousness, what in the world was that fan thinking?
They basically ran right in the middle of the field and had no shot at trying to get away. The unknown guard used a good form of tackle to end this play as well. Congratulations to the people in the stand who were able to capture this on camera as well. We wouldn’t have been able to enjoy this laugh without it.
As far as on-field action is concerned, the Cubs continue to dominate the Padres in this one and are on track to improve their record to 32-23 over the years. Entering Wednesday’s meeting, Chicago held a 0.5 game lead over the Cardinals for the NL Central lead. That fight is to last all the way through September, while the Brewers are also hungry to win the division.
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