Prosecutors said Thursday a judge ordered 32-year-old Rafael Diaz of Massapequa to pay $4,000 in civil penalties to the Mets and $1,000 to the city. He also must perform 100 hours of community service and cannot visit Citi Field for a year, although the Mets have already banned him for life.
If he doesn't complete the conditions by Dec. 14, he can be sentenced to up to a year in jail.
Santana threw the Mets' first no-hitter June 1. Following the game, prosecutors say Diaz ran onto the pitcher's mound where he mingled with several celebrating players before being apprehended.