Former MLB star Carlton Fisk decided he was done playing games and plead GUILTY to a DUI charge he received back in October.
According to New Lenox Deputy Chief Robert Pawlisz, the Hall of Famer was found knocked out in his F-150 with an open bottle of vodka in a corn field in Illinois.
And even though Fisk's lawyer thought he had a good chance at beating his case, Carlton expressed that he wanted to deal with the consequences.
Now, the former MLB athlete is set to face one year of court supervision and was ordered to pay a $1,250 fine.
Welp, at least he told the truth!
[Image via New Lenox Police Department/AP Images.]