28th of December 2012 Author: Glo Wood
Baseball Hall of Famer, Carlton Fisk entered a guilty plea on Thursday to a misdemeanor charge for driving under the influence. He was found asleep in his truck approximately two months ago while parked in a suburban Chicago cornfield.
Fisk, 64, was sentenced to one year of court supervision and required to pay $1,250 in court fees. He will also be required to attend a drug and alcohol evaluation as well as counseling.
According to Fisk's attorney, Stephen White, Fisk takes full responsibility for his actions. ''He stepped up to the plate,'' White said.
Police discovered Fisk unconscious back on October 22, 2012 with an open bottle of vodka on the floor of his truck.
Fisk is recognized for his performance in a baseball game while playing for the Boston Red Sox. He scored a 12th-inning home run that won Game 6 of the 1975 World Series. He remained for 11 seasons with the Red Sox and went 13 seasons with the Chicago White Sox.
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