Former MLB player Josh Beckett was arrested after a night out in Texas.
Beckett was at an open-mic night when he allegedly climbed onto the stage and tackled the lead singer of a country band, TMZ Sports reported.
Police were called and Beckett was placed under arrest for public intoxication. He was deemed "a danger to himself and others" at the time of his arrest.
The lead singer of the band is claiming he was seriously injured in the stunt, suffering a torn rotator cuff and dislocated shoulder.
Beckett's lawyer said it was all "horseplay" and that the former pitcher is doing what he can to make things right.
Beckett was the 2003 World Series MVP when he was with the Marlins. He also helped the Red Sox to a World Series victory in 2007. He went on to play for the Dodgers before retiring in 2014.