Tiger Woods’ legal issues didn’t keep him from the World Series.
The 41-year-old golfer was snapped at Dodger Stadium Wednesday in Los Angeles to catch the second game of the Fall Classic between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros.
Tiger, who grew up about 30 miles from the famed ballpark in Cypress, California, blended in wearing a white ball-cap, a Dodgers jersey bearing Jackie Robinson’s number, grey shorts and blue Nike trainers.
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Star presence: Tiger Woods, 41, was at Dodger Stadium Wednesday in Los Angeles to catch the World Series’ second game. He’s due in a Florida court later this week to answer to his May 29 arrest
It’s a busy week for Woods, who is headed to court to answer to his May 29 arrest in Jupiter, Florida in connection with DUI, reckless driving, and improper stopping.
He had been slated to plead guilty to reckless driving and start a pre-trial diversion program in a Palm Beach Circuit Court on Wednesday, but rescheduled the court date to take place on Friday.
The legendary golf pro isn’t expected to plead guilty to the driving under the influence charge, which has a much stiffer punishment attached to it.
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s officials said that Woods’ toxicology report revealed numerous substances in his system at the time of his arrest, including painkillers, Xanax, sleeping medication and THC, a key component in marijuana.
Face in the crowd: The famed golfer was focused on the action on the diamond
Throwback: Tiger wore the jersey of famed baseball pioneer Jackie Robinson, the first African American player in the majors
A-listers: Hollywood mainstays Tom Hanks (L) and Ron Howard (R) were snapped entering the stadium
Woods’ DUI charges will be vacated with the guilty plea to reckless driving, per Palm Beach County’s First Time Offender pre-trial program, according to FelonyFlorida.com.
In accordance with the program, Woods is required to pay a $250 fee, remain on probation for a year and go to DUI education courses.
Woods was one in a number of famous faces spotted at Chavez Ravine on the scorching evening in Southern California, as other prominent attendees included pop superstars John Legend and Justin Timberlake, and Oscar-winner Tom Hanks.
Dapper: John Legend wore a black-and-white striped shirt to the proceedings
Denim duo: Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel matched as they made their way in
Hey batter batter swing: Jason Bateman made his presence known as Houston’s Carlos Correa stepped in at the dish
Classic: Actor Danny Trejo was ready to go with a Dodger jersey, Dickies shorts and Converse high-tops
Tunes: Country crooner Brad Paisley played the national anthem sporting Dodger blue
Also on hand was comedy ace Judd Apatow and his actress wife Leslie Mann; filmmaker Ron Howard; actors Danny Trejo and Jason Bateman; and country star Brad Paisley, who sang the national anthem.
Prominent names from the sports world on hand included Peyton Manning, Alex Rodriguez, Magic Johnson and iconic Dodgers announcer Vin Scully, who threw out the first pitch.
Legend: The great Vin Scully threw out the first pitch of the night
Mr. Touchdown: Peyton Manning looked entertained as he caught the action
Sharing a laugh: Alex Rodriguez (L) and Magic Johnson enjoyed a lighter moment while broadcasting for Fox Sports
Knockout: Boxer Oscar De La Hoya signed autographs for fans as he made his way to the stadium