Horticulturist Strikes Out

Horticulturist Strikes Out

In this photo provided by the Hanover Police Department, Hanover, Mass. narcotics officer Jonathan Abban and Police Chief Paul Hayes, right, stand behind 175 marijuana plants found in Hanover, Mass. Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2005. Christopher Piersall, 34, son of Jimmy Piersall, a Red Sox center fielder in the 1950s, was arrested and charged with one count of cultivating, distributing and manufacturing marijuana, according to police. He also was charged with one count of trafficking marijuana more than 50 pounds, according to police.

(AP Photo courtesy of Hanover Police Department)

Former Sox Outfielder Jimmy Piersall's Son Arrested for Growing Marijuana

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