WATCH: Fenway Park Security Leveled Streaking Red Sox Fan


A shirtless fan ran onto the field during the Boston Red Sox's 12-8 win against the Houston Astros at Fenway Park on Thursday night (June 10).

The Houston Chronicle reports the incident took place during a "wild sixth inning" which also included two dropped fly balls and multiple walks, helping the Sox rally back from an 8-7 deficit.

The fan wasn't shown on the broadcast of the game but got extremely closer to Astros pitcher Enoli Paredes and catcher Martin Maldonadobefore being shoestring tackled by Fenway Park security.

Twitter user @Bradley98 shared a video of the final seconds of the incident from the Fenway Park stands, which shows the man twirling his shirt while running on the field and making it all the way to the area between the pitcher's mound and home plate before being leveled by the security guard and detained.

The Red Sox had much more success than the streaking fan, putting together a five-running inning in the bottom of the sixth.

J.D. Martinezkicked off the rally by hitting a would-be sacrifice fly that led to a fielding error by right fielder Kyle Tucker, which scored Enrique Hernandez and allowed Martinez to reach first base.

Christian Vazquez was hit by a pitch several batters later, scoring Martinez from third with the bases loaded.

Christian Arroyowalked during the next at-bat, scoring Xander Bogaerts from third.

Bobby Dalbec hit a double during the following at-bat, which scoredHunter Renfroefrom third and Christian Vazquez from second.

The Sox held their 12-8 lead for the remainder of the game, with Matt Barnes pitching the final inning.

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