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Fan Who Celebrated Mets’ First No-Hitter With Team Spent Two Days in Jail

Mets’ fan Rafael Diaz just couldn’t help himself on Saturday night as he watched his beloved Nw York Mets celebrate their first-ever no-hitter on the field. Diaz leaped from the stands and joined the frenzy between the mound and home plate, and promptly got tackled and tased by team security.

“I was overcome with emotion, just being a die-hard Mets fan,” the 32-year-old Diaz explained after spening two nights behind bars. “I couldn’t help myself,” Diaz said. “I just wanted to be on the mound celebrating the no-hitter,” he added.

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Rob Carr, Getty Images

MLB Weekly Report: Teams Seeking Boston Red Sox Kevin Youkilis; 2012 MLB Draft On Monday

The 2012 Major League Baseball season is now a third of the way complete. Pennant races are starting to take shape in all six divisions, while some teams are scrambling to address key injuries. Here’s what’s going on this week in Major League Baseball:

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The Sedalia Bombers are ready to play at Liberty Park Stadium/Dey Field! Join the Bombers for the summer, and if you want to listen to home games, Denny Perkins and Kaleb Filis will bring you the play by play with Network 1 Sports.

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Should Instant Replay Be Used More in Major League Baseball?

The debate has been going on for years — should Major League Baseball utilize instant replay more often? Would it be a solution, or a problem?

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What’s The Biggest Surprise in Baseball So Far?

The 2012 Major League Baseball season is a couple of weeks in and full of surprises.  Which is the biggest surprise so far this season?

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images/SPS Auction House

Babe Ruth’s New York Yankees Jersey Smashes Record By Selling for $4.4 Million at Auction

How much would you pay for a piece of baseball history? In the case of a Babe Ruth jersey, a buyer shelled out $4.4 million — making it the most expensive sports memorabilia item ever sold.

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Jeff Golden, Getty Images

Another Ugly Incident at Dodger Stadium Leads to Four Arrests

Violence has once again marred a baseball game at Dodger Stadium.

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Tom Szczerbowski, Getty Images

MLB Weekly Report: Mets’ David Wright Now Hitting .412 [VIDEO]

A quarter of the way through the 2012 MLB season, divisional races are starting to take shape. Meanwhile, several players are turning in incredible statistical years. Here’s what’s happening in Major League Baseball:

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Mitchell Layton, Getty Images

MLB Weekly Report: Josh Hamilton Is A Triple Crown Threat [VIDEO]

Two divisional leaders – one in each league – began to pull away from the pack, while several big name hitters had huge weeks. Here’s what’s happening in Major League Baseball:

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YouTube

One-Armed Little League Pitcher Coleman Shannon Throws a Shocking No-Hitter

Coleman Shannon was born without a right hand and forearm, due to a medical condition called Amelia, but that hasn’t slowed him down from chasing his baseball dreams. In fact, the 14-year-old left-handed pitcher recently threw a no-hitter in a Johnsonville, SC little league game.

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