Hat-tip to Zach Osterman of Inside Indiana for pointing this out on his board yesterday. Former Indiana relief pitcher Jonny Hoffman, who was arrested in January on felony possession of marijuana, plead guilty to the charge and was sentenced earlier this month.
According to Indiana court records, Hoffman was given a two-year sentence, one year and 180 days of which was suspended. He will serve the remaining 180 days in home detention while undergoing random drug testing and serve 18 months probation. He must also perform 100 hours of community service and pay $868 in various fines.