Shirtless streaker interrupts Diamondbacks season opener

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(Source: Tim Ring, 3TV/CBS 5) (Source: Tim Ring, 3TV/CBS 5)
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -

Phoenix baseball fans got quite the entertainment during the Arizona Diamondbacks' game Thursday evening in downtown Phoenix.

A fan briefly interrupted the season opener game against the Colorado Rockies at Chase Field. Of course, the whole thing was caught on camera. 

[RELATED: Lamb's 4 RBIs help D-backs open with 8-2 win over Rockies]

In a video posted by Arizona's Family sports director Tim Ring, a man stripped off his shirt and then ran across the grass.

The man was eventually taken down by security and was taken off the field. 

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As for the rest of the game, the D-backs did not disappoint as more than 48,700 fans were in attendance at the sold-out game. 

[RELATED: Streaker steals the show at Phoenix Open; arrested for indecent exposure]

Third baseman Jake Lamb doubled and singled to drive in four runs. D-backs pitcher Patrick Corbin got eight strikeouts. The D-backs rolled past the Rockies with a score of 8-2. 

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