Feb 22, 2010, 1:46 PM EST
Remember that crazy story from last month about how Tigers catcher Gerald Laird and several family members had a drunken altercation at a Celtics-Suns game with Eddie House’s wife and, eventually, arena security? Here was my quick-version recap at the time, in case you missed it:
Just about everyone in the entire Laird family showed up to a Suns-Celtics game drunk and then made their way to an in-arena bar for some more drinking, Grandpa tried to get fresh with an NBA player’s wife, Brandon got angry and turned the harassment level up a few notches, and Gerald sucker-punched a security officer once things got out of hand.
MLB.com’s Jason Beck notes that Laird’s “legal issues” have been taken care of and “he attended anger management classes as part of a deal.” No word yet on whether his brother, uncle, and grabby 70-year-old grandfather were classmates. Oddly enough House may have received the harshest punishment despite not even being involved: He was traded to the Knicks last week.
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