A fellow named Frank Martinez was arrested and charged with interference with a professional sporting event (which is an actual crime because of Calvin Klein, evidently) and second-degree reckless endangerment after shining a high-powered flashlight into the eyes of Atlanta Braves Tim Hudson and Edgar Renteria.
This isn't the sort of behavior I'd usually associate with regular season baseball. This seems like something that would be done by a creative young college basketball fan, or an SEC football fan. Maybe it's just me, but if I'm going to risk prosecution for the sake of my team, I'd like the stakes to be a little higher than 1/162nd of the season.
Back to Calvin Klein for a second. This was stuck at the bottom of the AP article:
A law making it expressly illegal to interfere with a professional sporting event was passed by the city in 2003 following a disruptive incident involving fashion designer Calvin Klein.
Klein stepped onto the basketball court at Madison Square Garden in March 2003 to speak with player Latrell Sprewell while a Knicks game was in progress.
I have absolutely no recollection of this happening (this picture, though, captures the moment pretty well). I must be the only one on earth. Except for Calvin Klein, maybe.