In the end, that particular fan listened to umpire Hohn, while ignoring the officers.
Armed with Camden security's deplorable and embarassing history, Kellogg decided that enough was enough and it was time for an umpire to do a police officer's job. As for the game itself, the Oakland A's defeated the Orioles, 5-2.
Kellogg received a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Ferris State University before becoming an MLB umpire.
Trivia: Other umpires who hold degrees or share experiences like Kellogg's that could relate to tackling criminal field intruders include crewmate (and first base umpire) Eric Cooper (Boardmember, Mentor Iowa, an organization that helps delinquent children), Ted Barrett (former amatuer boxer), Ed Hickox (Detective with the Daytona Beach Shores Police Department), Dan Bellino (J.D. holder, passed the bar exam), Mark Carlson (US Marine Corps, Ret.), Laz Diaz (US Marine Corps Reserve, Ret., who was attacked by a fan in Chicago in 2003), Doug Eddings (Would want to be a Secret Service agent if not an umpire), Andy Fletcher (Would be in law enforcement if not an umpire), Tim Tschida (Former Cadet Lt. Colonel, JROTC) and Joe West (East Carolina safety before becoming a three-year starting quarterback at Elon College).
Video: Kellogg tackles fan on the warning track against the backstop behind home plate
Video: HP Umpire Jeff Kellogg tackles Orioles field intruder fan behind home plate