Phillies 'Red Man' facing parental punishment

Spandex-clad Sean Hagan is chased by security officials and Atlanta outfielder Matt Diaz during a...

Spandex-clad Sean Hagan is chased by security officials and Atlanta outfielder Matt Diaz during a game between the Braves and Phillies in Philadelphia on September 20, 2010.

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, Last Updated: 8:34 PM ET

If you're going to run around a baseball diamond wearing nothing but spandex, be prepared to face the consequences.

Both from the law and your parents.

Sean Hagan, the 17-year-old who ran onto the field during a Phillies home game Monday while wearing a skin-tight, crimson-coloured suit, will likely face more than a time out in his room for his antics at Citizens Bank Park.

The teen interrupted play in the seventh inning while the Atlanta Braves were in the field. After eluding security officials trying to tackle him, Hagan was finally tripped by left fielder Matt Diaz and the youngster was taken into custody.

Hagan, still wearing the outfit he was arrested in, was released to his parents Tuesday. They both had choice words about their son.

“He has to pay for what he did wrong,” said his mother, Barbara Hagan, in an interview with NBC Philadelphia. "That's the bottom line."

“My son just learned a hard lesson,” his father, Gary Hagan, said. “He risked himself, the players, Philadelphia.

“There are consequences for our actions at all times ... we tell him that it’s wrong to go out there in that fashion.”

Indeed, Mr. Hagan.

Red spandex while running on the diamond? That's just silly.


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