Hall of Famer Carlton Fisk found in corn fieldArrested on suspicion of DUI
By QMI Agency
|Former Boston Red Sox player and Hall of Famer Carlton Fisk's mugshot.
Maybe he mistook it for the Field of Dreams.
Baseball Hall of Famer Carlton Fisk was arrested on suspicion of DUI outside Chicago, Illinois Monday night.
The 11-time MLB all-star’s car was reportedly located in the middle of a corn field with an open bottle of vodka sitting close by, according to TMZ.
The website reports that law enforcement found the former Chicago White Sox catcher passed out in the driver’s seat of his truck, which apparently had a flat tire.
Fisk, who spent the early part of his career with the Boston Red Sox, was taken to hospital, where he refused blood-alcohol tests before being released early Tuesday morning.
During his 24-year career Fisk accumulated 2,356 hits, 376 home runs and 1,130 RBIs while batting .269.
He's one of 16 catchers currently in the MLB Hall of Fame.