Before the Red Sox and Cardinals took the field for Game 6 of the 2013 World Series at Fenway Park, two Boston legends Carlton Fisk and Luis Tiant threw out the first pitch.
Both players were part of the last World Series Game 6 that was played in Fenway Park, which happened in 1975 against the Cincinnati Reds. That night produced one of the most memorable moments in postseason history...
Luis Tiant and Carlton Fisk were batterymates when the Red Sox and Reds squared off for Game 6 of the World Series at Fenway Park back in 1975.
They’ll be back in that role for one pitch on Wednesday night before the Sox and Cardinals battle in Game 6 of the 2013 World Series, according to Mike Riley.
Also taking center stage in pregame ceremonies will be the Dropkick Murphys...
Hall of Fame catcher Carlton Fisk has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor drunken-driving charge in suburban Chicago.
Fisk was sentenced Thursday to one year of court supervision and he must pay $1,250 in court costs. The 64-year-old Fisk also must undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation, and counseling.
New Lenox police found Fisk asleep in his pickup truck in a cornfield on Oct. 22...
Via AP on Fox
December 27, 2012
Thousands of dollars in collectible silver coins reportedly have been stolen from the Florida home of Baseball Hall of Fame catcher Carlton Fisk.
According to a report in the (Sarasota, Fla.) Herald-Tribune, the Manatee County Sheriff's Office said Friday that they were notified a day earlier by a pest-control service that Fisk's unoccupied house east of Bradenton had been...
IT'S A CRUEL WORLD
Burglars reportedly broke into the home of Hall of Fame catcher Carlton Fisk and stole thousands of dollars worth of collectible coins.
NEW LENOX, Ill. -- Hall of Fame
catcher Carlton Fisk faces charges of driving under the influence and
other misdemeanors after being found asleep in his pickup truck in a
cornfield, police in suburban Chicago said Tuesday.
New Lenox Deputy Chief Robert Pawlisz
said officers found Fisk, 64, behind the wheel late Monday with an open
bottle of vodka on the truck's...
Soon enough, you will see below why the aforementioned mug shot can only be described as “epic.” But when you find out what prompted said mug shot of Hall of Fame catcher Carlton Fisk to occur, you will then understand the true meaning of epic. As far as epic goes when DUI arrests are involved. [...]
DUIs are no laughing matter, but Carlton Fisk’s mug shot certainly is.
The Hall of Fame catcher was arrested on Monday night on DUI charges after driving his truck into the middle of a cornfield in Illinois, police reportedly said.
New Lenox Police received a call about a car driving erratically. Officers found Fisk in a cornfield, unconscious behind the wheel of his truck. An...
In today's crazy story of the day, former Red Sox and White Sox catcher (and Baseball Hall of Famer) Carlton Fisk was arrested and charged with DUI last night...after being found sleeping in his car in an Illinois corn field with an open bottle of vodka in his truck with him. Fisk's truck had a flat tire. So many questions arise from a situation like this. Why was Fisk...