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Aug 18, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Pirates pierogi mascots race in the outfield during the fifth inning of the contest against the Arizona Diamondbacks at PNC Park. The Arizona Diamondbacks won 4-2 in sixteen innings. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Video: Pirates fan joins pierogi race, gets beat up by security

Watch what happens when a shirtless Pirates fan finds his way onto the field at PNC Park and attempts to run with the racing pierogis.

Short preview: He gets his butt totally kicked by security. It looks like something out of Cops. But with less bleeped-out swearing.

 

 

One thing I’ve learned in my many years as a baseball fan, the security guards always win. Always. Every single time. Without exception.

And not having a shirt on doesn’t make it cooler, it only makes the marks worse.

The important thing is that none of the pierogis were harmed.

The only ones who got harmed were the drunk shirtless fan and the hapless Cubs, who have now lost two straight in Pittsburgh on extra inning walkoffs.

Things keep up like this, there will be many, many drunk, shirtless Cubs fans out there doing irresponsible things.

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