http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story?id=5161474 Before 17-year-old Steve Consalvi ran onto the field at Citizen's Bank Park on Monday, where he was Tasered by a police officer, the teenager reportedly called his father for permission to do so. "He said, 'Dad, can I run on the field?' I said, 'I don't think you should, son,'" Wayne Consalvi told the Philadelphia Inquirer of the conversation he had with his son. "This would be a once in a lifetime experience!" Steve Consalvi replied to his father, according to the newspaper. So the kid ran out onto the field and evaded security for a while until he was shot in the back with a Tazer by security. Kid falls flat on his face and doesn't move for a good 30 seconds. He was escorted out of the stadium by security under his own power. Was this justified by the security staff? I think so. How many times have people run onto the field at games? Plenty of times, but it doesn't make it right. We've had instances where the deranged have made it on the field to attack unsuspecting athletes in an attempt to kill them. In 2002 a Royals first base coach was attacked by two men after they jumped onto the field. In 1993 a crazed fan jumped onto the tennis court and stabbed Monica Seles. Those are the two that jump to mind, but there are many more instances. So to put it in a Cowboys sense. What would you want the Cowboys security staff to do if a crazed fan (Cowboys Fan or whoever) was to jump on the field? Especially not immediately knowing their intention to just run around for a bit or to attack a player/coach. I would say taze the SOB and ask questions later. Straight up poppin' a cap in him goes too far, but using a tazer would be fine with me. In this day and age running onto the field or acting in a threatening way should not be tolerated especially in such a public setting.