Two fans stormed the outfield of Coors Field Monday night to hug Atlanta Braves star outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr., causing the All-Star to fall to the ground after security forces tried to close the matter destroy.
It was a wild scene as a fan made his way to Acuña who didn't seem overly concerned with the situation.
As the fan pulled out his cell phone, presumably trying to take a picture with Acuña, a security guard rushed in and grabbed the fan, who wouldn't let go of the outfielder.
Another guard tried to help by bending down to grab the fan's legs, but the fan just wouldn't let go of Acuña.
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Then another fan ran onto the field to do the exact same thing and it went wrong.
The arrival of the second fan prompted more security guards to intervene, which ultimately resulted in Acuña hitting the deck after tripping over one of the security guards on the ground behind him.
Fortunately, the star player was not injured in the incident.
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The Braves' bullpen catcher and other players on the field ran to check on their teammate as security guards arrested the fans.
While being held, Acuña appeared to be speaking to one of them, but it's not clear if he was angry or not.
The second fan also barked at the outfielder, and he fought back as several security guards pushed him off the field.
Acuña had quite a game in the 14-4 win over the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field. He finished the game with a home run, four runs scored and five RBIs 4-of-5 – three of them with a bases-loaded double early in the ninth inning.
Acuña is on his way to MVP this season, peaking at .335 with a .990 OPS, 30 homers and 81 RBIs. The Braves, who hold the best record in MLB, took an 84-45 lead over the Rockies on Monday by a 12-game lead in the NL East.
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Luckily for the Braves, the wild incident did no harm to their star player, who is critical to their success.