BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) – A Concord man who was found in the Red Sox clubhouse holding Mike Napoli's baseball glove isn't welcome back at Fenway Park.
Police said a Red Sox staffer found Thomas Robbins, 23, of Concord, in the Sox clubhouse at about 2:30 a.m. after the team won the American League title over the weekend.
When the staffer asked what Robbins was doing there, he dropped the glove and left the clubhouse. Police found him in the Red Sox player's parking lot.
Police said Robbins had two Red Sox press box place markers on him as well, leading them to believe he may have been in the press box.
Robbins was arraigned on charges of attempting to commit a crime over $250 and larceny.
He was ordered to stay away from Fenway for the duration of his court case.
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