Kevin Mitchell: Former MLB player Kevin Mitchell was sentenced to three years of probation and must complete 120-hours of anger management classes after pleading no contest to slugging a golfer in San Diego last year. The dispute, which eerily occurred on the 13th hole, apparently stemmed from “differing opinions of a golf teacher.” Opposing views of what a golf teacher instructs have historically inspired volcanic rage, but I imagine Mitchell was probably just pissed because the victim had his cell phone clipped to his pants. [L.A. Times; photo via Getty]
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