A lot of people around New England love the opportunity to go to a Patriots game. The atmosphere is second to none. The Patriots are good year in and year out. The only difficult part is waiting to get into the actual game. Well, MLB pitcher Rich Hill found himself in a bit of trouble Saturday with his wife as they awaited to take in the Patriots game against the Buffalo Bills.
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) December 23, 2019
What Actually Happened
Rich’s wife, Caitlin McClellan (aka Caitlin Hill) was carrying an oversized bag. The Foxborough police told Mrs. Hill to vacate the premises more than a few times. When she refused, she was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and trespassing. Rich Hill then stepped in and tried to intervene. Hill then was asked to back away and he refused as well. He was then arrested and charged for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest for trying to help his wife.
The End Result?
The two Hills’ were given civil infractions and had to pay total fines of $1,000. It could have been a lot worse for them. Going from having a criminal record to civil infractions for trying to enjoy a Patriots game is a big win. Then again, was it really all worth this aggravation?
It wasn’t the type of day that the Hill family originally planned. They went from enjoying a Patriots win to a whole bunch of trouble during the holidays. Rich Hill is a Milton native, so I’m sure he’ll get to see another Pats game soon. Was the whole thing overblown? Maybe. But when it’s all said and done, it sounds like it was a minor misunderstanding. Maybe Hill is indicating he wants to come back to Boston? Stay tuned!
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-Al Nahigian (@BigAl2793)