Former White Sox star Carlton Fisk pleads guilty to DUI
(MCT) — White Sox Hall of Famer Carlton Fisk pleaded guilty Thursday to a misdemeanor DUI charge after mixing alcohol and prescription medication and crashing a pickup truck in a New Lenox farm field while driving home from his daughter's house in October.
Fisk, who turned 65 on Wednesday, spent 13 years with the White Sox and 11 with the Boston Red Sox, famously hitting a game-winning 1975 World Series home run at Fenway Park. He lives in New Lenox but also owns a Florida home that was reportedly burglarized this month, with thieves making off with thousands of dollars in silver coins.
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