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Watch: Streaker Runs Onto Field To Start Bottom Of 9th During Tonight's Blue Jays-Indians Game

Security guards detaining a fan that ran onto the field

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The Cleveland Indians just clinched a trip to the World Series, but one fan ran on the field in Toronto to try and extend the game out a little bit.

Just as the bottom of the ninth inning was set to begin, a fan ran onto the field, and made it all the way to the second base area of the diamond, as Andrew Miller and the Indians were getting ready to attempt to close out the game.

TBS did not show the streaker, as is general policy for sporting events, but naturally we have photos and video from social media as the fan ran on the field.

We truly hope the trip to jail and hefty fine are worth it for the Toronto streaker. Blue Jays fans are in rare form during these MLB Playoffs, and we're really not sure that's a good thing.

After the delay, the phenomenal Andrew Miller surrendered a lead-off double by Jose Bautista, but then struck out Josh Donaldson, Edwin Encarnacion, and forced Troy Tulowitzki to pop out, handing the Indians the American League pennant. For the first time in a while, it is a really good year to be a Cleveland sports fans.

The Indians will face the winner of the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers in the World Series. The Dodgers lead the NLCS two games to one.