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A 17-year-old boy was arrested and may face criminal charges for allegedly pointing a laser at San Francisco Giants pitcher Shane Loux during Monday night’s game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium. St. Louis police say he also pointed the laser at Cardinals manager Mike Matheny.
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ST. LOUIS A 17-year-old teen faces criminal charges for allegedly pointing a green laser at San Francisco pitcher Shane Loux during the seventh inning of Monday night's Cardinals-Giants game at Busch Stadium.
And the fan was caught by none other than Cardinals manager Mike Matheny.
The incident occurred with Matt Holliday batting for the Cardinals in the bottom of the seventh...
Mike Matheny spots alleged laser pointer(Photo: usatoday.com)
As the San Francisco Giants were in St. Louis to take on the Cardinals Monday night, play had to be stopped due to a suspicious green laser flash that was seen on the uniform of Giants pitcher Shane Loux. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, a teen was later found and arrested for pointing the laser.
During the seventh...
ST. LOUIS Cardinals manager Mike Matheny didn't have much of a decision to make when it came to writing out a lineup Wednesday night.
With Allen Craig, Skip Schumaker and Rafael Furcal all out with various illinesses, the lineup pretty much wrote itself for the Cardinals third game of a four-game set with the San Francisco Giants.
"We've got a pretty banged up squad...
A 17-year-old fan has been arrested for being an ass: He allegedly pointed a laser at San Francisco pitcher Shane Loux as well as Cardinals manager Mike Matheny during Monday night’s game against the...
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