The Rangers and Astros got an unexpected visitor during their series last week.
Last Friday at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Chris White, a Marine Corps veteran, charged the field, stripped off most of his clothes and ran around in American flag-themed pair of shorts and sneakers.
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Once he finally got caught, White was arrested and charged with trespassing by the Houston Police Department.
However, just after his arrest, a GoFundMe page was created to bail White out of jail, according to Click2Houston.com The effort generated $550, which White then donated to Camp4Heroes, a 184-acre retreat in North Carolina that seeks to aid veterans in getting re-acclimated to civilian life.
“There are organizations out there that support the prevention of veteran suicides and if you are a veteran that’s struggling, there is hope,” he Click2Houston.com. “I can assure you that.”