One thing we both remarked on was that the pictures were taken by a high school student allowed onto the field before and (sort of) during the games themselves. Obviously, the idea of a high school kid allowed to take pics on the field during any game, let alone the World Series, is out the window. Sports leagues today control their images as carefully as possible, and it's hard enough to keep some athletes from acting like jerks in front of the regular cameras (cough -- Andrew Bynum -- cough) without adding some random high schooler into the mix, taking pictures of who knows what when the PR flacks ain't lookin'.
My buddy said that stadium security would grab the kid's camera, probably taking the memory card (or film, if he was old school) and maybe even smashing it. Then they'd shuffle young Jimmy Olsen out of the stadium with some kind of long term ban attached to his name so he couldn't get back in, now or any other time. And worst of all, he might very well get loogied by a player.
Probably wouldn't even let him keep his Cracker Jacks.