Video Vault: Twins fan tackled at home plate, 2006

We never get tired of looking at this clip from 2006, when a Twins fans not only interrupted the Minnesota-Boston game, but circled the bases with a head first slide into home.
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Don't do this at Target Field, or you'll get flattened!

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