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No charges for Orioles' Opening Day field jumper

No charges for Orioles' Opening Day field jumper

Fans who rush a professional sports field have to weigh the pros and cons — a few moments of glory offset by spending time in a jail cell and possibly facing criminal charges.

But while the cape-wearing, clad-in-Batman-undies spectator who disrupted the Orioles' Opening Day victory has received plenty of notoriety — 100,000 views and counting for a video posted to YouTube, a write-up on the sports blog Deadspin and being a topic of discussion on morning radio — he wasn't charged for the game-halting stunt. This despite a sign that flashed on the Camden Yards scoreboard during his performance that reminded other would-be runners that "violators...