Fan who ran across the field at the All-Star Game blames Twitter
The man who ran across the field at the All-Star Game is blaming Twitter for his actions.
When in doubt, blame social media.
Twitter user and Yankees fan Dylan Masone dashed across Citi Field in his Robinson Cano T-shirt toward second base and posed at the position that his hero was scheduled to play.
Why did he do this?
This was probably not young Dylan's brightest idea in his relatively short life. Security brutally body-slammed him to the ground after he temporarily became the National League's new second baseman.
Leading up to his sprint, Masone revealed on Twitter the hilarious stream of consciousness of someone about to invade the field of play.
lmao this is gonna be terrible— dyl (@MasoneDylan) July 17, 2013
i hate all of you— dyl (@MasoneDylan) July 17, 2013
alright.. i guess have no choice.. gonna try to get out by left field— dyl (@MasoneDylan) July 17, 2013
if i actually get on the field pray for me cause my moms gonna kill me— dyl (@MasoneDylan) July 17, 2013
Why is his mom going to blow a gasket? Oh, right:
ma stop yelling at me... pic.twitter.com/a2ly1HFxs7— dyl (@MasoneDylan) July 17, 2013
Yes, Dylan. It's social media's fault that you did something dumb.
blame it on social media, love you all— dyl (@MasoneDylan) July 17, 2013
And so his adventure begins:
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