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It seems like Los Angeles Dodgers’ infielder has more in common with Jeff Kent, who also played briefly for the Dodgers, then just sharing the same number on their jersey.
More then a decade after Jeff Kent lied to the San Francisco Giants about how he broke his wrist during the spring – he claimed it happened when he was washing his pick-up truck – Sellers was arrested in West Sacramento for doing wheelies on his motorcycle. To make matters worse, he briefly tried to evade arrest by fleeing the scene. After a short time, Sellers realized he wasn’t getting away from the law and turned himself in.
According to police reports in West Sacramento, there has been a motorcyclist driving recklessly in the same neighborhood for at least a month. This seems to indicate that this was not an isolated incident.
Somebody should send a memo to Sellers that he should be working on his career and trying to figure out a way to remain on the Dodgers’ roster by improving his swing instead of out endangering the safety of himself and others.
Sellers’ career batting average barely hovers above the Mendoza line at a paltry .204 and a disappointing on-base percentage of just .286 after putting up good numbers throughout the minors.
As writers at Mike Scioscia’s Tragic Illness suggest, Dodgers fans must be wondering if this is the straw that breaks the camel’s back and causes the Dodgers to release or trade the under-performing Sellers who appears more destined to be a career minor leaguer then a regular big leaguer.
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Dodgers infielder Justin Sellers was arrested for popping wheelies on his motorcycle and then doing even more. Will the team keep him?
Justin Sellers, current occupant of the Dodgers 40-man roster, might not have to worry about being on it for much longer, as he was recently arrested by the police (h/t True Blue LA/@dpwtv).
Police said Justin Sellers was doing “wheelies” on his motorcycle in a neighborhood near Riva Drive. When officers tried to pull him over, police said Sellers took off.
After a short chase...
Justin Sellers, an infielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers, was reportedly arrested over the weekend after police witnessed him doing "wheelies" on his motorcycle.The alleged incident occurred late Saturday in a West Sacramento neighborhood. Sellers allegedly fled from police when officers first tried to pull him over. However, the 26-year old eventually turned himself in...
Los Angeles Dodgers reserve infielder Justin Sellers was arrested on Saturday and faces charges for allegedly doing "wheelies" on his motorcycle in a Sacramento, Calif., neighborhood. KCRA-TV in Sacramento said that when police attempted to stop Sellers, the 26-year-old took off. A short chase ensued before Sellers turned himself in. He was booked in a county jail...
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Nice tribute Matt, nice tribute....
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