A Texas Rangers fan was ejected from Rangers Ballpark in Arlington after causing a disturbance which caused a brief delay in Wednesday night's game against the Los Angeles Angels.
DISCLAIMER: Holdout Sports does not condone this kind of behavior.
It happened in the top of the 10th inning as Joe Nathan was preparing to pitch to Angels batter Albert Pujols. The Rangers fan, seated in the front row of the stands in right-center field, was waving a Texas state flag and using the flash mode on his camera that could have caused a distraction for batters and fielders.
The fan was politely asked by security to turn his flash off and stop waving his flag. However, instead of putting the flag away, the fan placed the flag above the outfield railing in full view. That's when the umpires and ballpark security had enough and asked the fan to leave.
It's not clear what this Rangers fan was trying to prove, but it appeared to be a pointless exercise. The man also appeared to be with his wife and kids, so not sure how he explained his behavior to them.
Memo to kids and adults at home: Don't be like this guy.
Video via Telly.com. H/T Larry Brown Sports.