Posted January 03, 2013 on
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San Francisco Giants pitcher Sergio Romo is facing a misdemeanor summons in Las Vegas alleging he violated airport rules after being detained by authorities at McCarran International Airport on New Year's Day.
The federal Transportation Security Administration issued a statement Thursday saying Romo failed to provide proper identification at a document checkpoint and engaged in a dispute with TSA officers about 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Officer Jose Hernandez says Las Vegas police issued the 29-year-old Romo a summons to appear in Las Vegas Justice Court. His court date wasn't immediately available.
The incident was first reported by KGO-TV in San Francisco with a photo showing Romo attending a Dec. 30 party in Las Vegas.
TSA spokesman Nico Melendez in Los Angeles says the security of other travelers wasn't compromised.
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Yesterday, news broke like a wild fire that San Francisco Giants closer Sergio Romo was cuffed at the Las Vegas airport on New Year’s Day. The news was burning up the Internet, and now Romo has issued a statement to put out the fire.
“I would like to sincerely apologize about the recent events at the Las Vegas airport which brought negative attention to the San Francisco Giants...
San Francisco Giants closer Sergio Romo was handcuffed New Year's Day at the Las Vegas airport for allegedly becoming difficult with a TSA officer, according to a TMZ report. Romo was detained by cops because he couldn't provide the proper identification to get through the security checkpoint. Romo, 29, posted a 1.79 ERA and a 0.85 WHIP for the World Series Champions...
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The San Francisco Giants closer allegedly was detained at the Las Vegas airport for not having proper identification and getting "angry and aggressive" with a TSA agent.
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TMZ has contacted SF Giants Rumors to let us know that fan favorite Sergio Romo was handcuffed on New Year’s Day at the Las Vegas airport.
TMZ was told that Romo was getting into it with a TSA agent, and then got angry and aggressive. TMZ’s article also points out that it appeared Romo was under the influence.
No need to worry San Francisco...
It seems that San Francisco Giants closers just like to have their names in the headlines.
Sergio Romo was detained by Las Vegas airport police after he couldn’t present proper identification on Tuesday, according to TMZ. After getting belligerent with a TSA agent, Romo was handcuffed and taken to a police station at the airport.
Police told TMZ that Romo appeared to be under the...
Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com, says free agent Aubrey Huff intends to play in 2013. That’s if an opportunity opens up. San Francisco Giants fans have seen Huff help bring them their first championship in 2010 (.290 avg, 26 homers) to basically falling off the face of the baseball earth in 2012 (.192 avg, 1 homer).
However, Huff still managed to get two World Series rings in his...
We learned yesterday that the San Francisco Giants dipped in the Korea Baseball Organization to snag veteran pitcher Scott Proctor.
Andrew Baggarly of CSNBayArea.com reports (via Twitter) that the Giants also signed another pitcher who pitched in Korea last season. Ryan Sadowski who pitched for the Lotte Giants in 2012, signed with the Giants organization on December 10, 2012...
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The San Francisco Giants were excited about the player Aubrey Huff was going to be in 2012. He worked hard during the 2011 offseason and got into the best shape of his life. Unfortunately, the physical changes did not help improve his success at the plate. To compound the issues at the plate, Huff battled panic attacks and only appeared in 52 games for the Giants in 2012....
Mike Graham of WPTV.com (News Channel 5 in West Palm Beach, Florida) reports that the San Francisco Giants have signed veteran pitcher Scott Proctor to a minor league deal. Proctor will also get an invite to Spring Training, and have a chance to compete and make the Opening Day Roster.
Proctor’s agent (Mark Rodgers) said the Giants contacted them once they found out that Proctor...
Eric Bogard, the teenager busted for pointing a green laser from a Busch Stadium suite at San Francisco Giants pitcher Shane Loux during the seventh inning of a game on Aug. 5, has been handed down his punishment after pleading guilty in municipal court last month. He has been sentenced to serve six months on probation, complete 20 hours of community service, and pay the Cardinals...