Offense: Fifteen rows away from the April 14 Phillies-Nationals game at Citizens Bank Park, Cherry Hill’s Matthew “Pukemon” Clemmens stuck a finger down his throat and vomited on an 11-year-old girl. His mugshot — which became an international stain upon Philly’s reputation — features a black eye from a rough stadium exit.
Fun Fact: Clemmens later apologized to everyone involved including “the people who had to clean up vomit.”
Outcome: Clemmens pleaded guilty to simple assault and disorderly conduct in May. After hearing a judge say, “you have invaded the opportunity to enjoy the American pastime of baseball,” he was sentenced to 30 to 90 days in jail, two years of probation and 50 hours of community service.
Offense: Hours after posting “Watchin the phillies tonight?:)” on Facebook, 17-year-old Sean Hagan ran onto the field in September wearing a red bodysuit. While he didn’t get Tasered, like a teen who jumped onto the field in May, Hagan got tripped by Atlanta Braves left fielder Matt Diaz.
Fun Fact: He was nicknamed “Red Man” both because of how he looked and his resemblance to the similarly body-suited “Green Man” character from “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.”
Outcome: Hagan received 80 hours of community service to be served at Saint John’s Hospice in Center City.