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Former O's Outfielder Albert Belle Reportedly Arrested

27 March, 2018, 06:32 | Author: Priscilla Morrison
  • Albert Belle played with the Cleveland Indians for six years

Former Cleveland Indians outfielder Albert Belle was reportedly arrested Sunday during a spring training game in Scottsdale, Arizona for multiple counts.

Belle's mugshot is listed on the Maricopa County Sheriff Office page. A spokesman for Scottsdale police did not immediately return an email from The Associated Press. "Mr. Belle's charges include 3 counts of indecent exposure and driving while under the influence".

Belle has a long history of controversy, dating back to his active career.

Belle, according to Rodewald, was charged with two counts of indecent exposure, one count of DUI (which means that his blood alcohol level was measured at.08 or above) and one count of extreme DUI.




According to the police report, Belle was arrested in the parking lot at Phoenix Rising Stadium, where Phoenix's professional soccer team plays.

In addition to the Indians, Belle also played for the Baltimore Orioles and Chicago White Sox before retiring at age 34. He retired after the 2000 season with a.295 batting average and 381 home runs.

In 1990, Belle was treated for alcoholism, spending 10 weeks at a clinic in Cleveland.

Belle was one of the game's most productive hitters during his 12 seasons - leading the majors with 1,099 runs batted in in the 1990s. He served 90 days in jail and received five years probation for the conviction.

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