After thirteen scoreless innings at Safeco Field, the Chicago White Sox tacked on five runs in the top of the 14th to take a late 5-0 lead. Soon after, the Mariners hit four consecutive singles to score a run and load the bases before Kyle Seager smacked a game-tying grand slam.
As the fans in the stands looked for the home run ball, a man was shown knocking down a youngster onto the concrete. Announcers seemed to ignore the fan's faux pas during the broadcast.
Seager's blast was the first time in MLB history that a team scored five or more runs to tie a game in extra innings, according to the Seattle Post Intelligencer. It was also the first time in MLB history that a player hit a game-tying grand slam in extra innings.
But is it enough to warrant barreling over a kid?
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