Gary Parker, 20, Matthew Rayner, 20, and Patrick Reynolds, 18, each pleaded guilty Friday in Baltimore Circuit Court to one count of conspiracy to commit theft of over $500 for the Sept. 8 heist of the sculpture outside Camden Yards, The Baltimore Sun reported Saturday.
The three men each received two years of unsupervised probation and community service. A fourth defendant Jason Stoneburner, 19, received the same sentence after pleading guilty Wednesday to taking part in the theft of the aluminum No. 8 statue of the Orioles great.
The four men are also required to pay the $1,904.50 in repair costs for the 3 1/2-foot statue, which they kicked down and drove through Baltimore in the back of a pickup truck.
"When you and I were young, this was a prank. We're living in different times now," attorney John Grason Turnbull III, who represents Reynolds, told the Sun after Friday's hearing.