Found August 11, 2013 on Tireball.com:
getty images Former catcher Johnny Estrada was arrested in Coweta County on Thursday. Estrada, 37, was picked up for domestic violence charges according to the Newnan Times-Herald. Estrada was charged after deputies visited a home Wednesday night responding to complaints from his wife, Jennifer, who told them that he had made death threats against her. The Estradas moved to Coweta County after he stopped playing baseball in 2008. There Johnny Estrada opened a pizza place which closed last year. In eight big league seasons he compiled a .277/.317/.400 line with 42 home runs and 285 RBI. Estrada played for the Phillies, Braves, Brewers and Nationals. His best season came in 2004 as a member of the Braves when he was selected to the All-Star game and won a Silver Slugger Award.
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Report: Former MLB player arrested for death threats

Former MLB catcher Johnny Estrada was reportedly arrested on domestic violence charges after making death threats toward his wife.

Ex-MLB catcher Estrada arrested

Former major-league catcher Johnny Estrada was arrested on domestic violence charges after reportedly making death threats against his wife in front of the couple's three children, a Georgia newspaper reported. Estrada was charged last week with aggravated stalking because he violated a protective order placed against him by his wife, the Newnan Times-Herald reported. According...
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