Mets Crasher

Mets Crasher Credit: Rafael Diaz stands outside his house after he was released from jail. (Steve Pfost)

The two Mets fans who charged the field after Johan Santana's historic no-hitter Friday night were arraigned and then released from jail Sunday.

Rafael Diaz, 32, and John Ries, 25, were released on their own recognizance after they were arraigned in Queens Criminal Court on charges of trespassing and interfering with a sports event, according to the Queens DA's office.

Both fans were tackled by Citi Field crew after they ran onto the field following the first no-hitter in Mets history.

They were ordered to return to court on July 2.

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