Found May 22, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
PLAYERS: Joe Smith
TEAMS: Cleveland Indians
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First of all, we now know that it’s highly likely that Cleveland Indians’ reliever Joe Smith is dating Fox 8 sports reporter & former Miss Teen USA Allie LaForce. How do we know? Because Smith, Ms. LaForce and her family was in a feud at notorious Lake Erie Put-In-Bay island bar, Roundhouse. Smith failed to show bar security his I.D. and was denied entry to the legendary boozery. One thing led to another & the cops were on their way.

Keep in mind, this all went down at around midnight Sunday into Monday morning. The Indians were off yesterday. Read carefully, there are some gems here, including:

• “*****”

• “He pitches for the Indians”

• Mom trying to tip the cops

• Smith lunging at Roundhouse bar security

Never been to Put-In-Bay? Those of us in the know call it the Key West of the Midwest.


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