Found March 26, 2012 on
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Add pitchers Matt Bush of the Tampa Bay Rays and Bobby Jenks of the Boston Red Sox to the list of idiots that have decided to drive drunk. I guarantee there are many other MLB players that are doing the same thing on a regular basis, but are going uncaught. It's just dumb. They make tons of money. Call a f'n cab. There is no excuse for driving under the influence of alcohol. Bush is even a bigger dickhead because he critically injured a motorcyclist and then fled the scene. DUI is selfish ********!Previous Offenders/Douchebags:Mark Grace may not be a current MLB player, but we're going to add him to the infamous list of douchebags to be arrested for a DUI this year anyway (mugshot seen to the right). The 46 year old former firstbase star of the Chicago Cubs and current Arizona Diamondbacks announcer was pulled over during the Memorial Day weekend and didn't pass the field tests. Stupid, stupid man. Mark Grace is disgraceful.Other idiots from earlier this yea...
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Matt Bush has become one of the biggest cautionary tales in baseball. A former No. 1 draft pick thanks to his talent and the Padres’ frugality, Bush was charged with DUI and hit and run Thursday.
Bush allegedly took his roommate’s car, got drunk, climbed on stage at a strip club before bouncers booted him, and then hit a motorcyclist while driving on a suspended license. Bush...
Tampa Bay Rays minor league pitcher Matt Bush is being held on more than $1 million bail on charges that he left the scene of an accident that seriously injured a motorist.Bush was arrested Thursday
night on drunken-driving charges and leaving the scene of an accident in which he struck a motorcyclist in Port Charlotte, Fla.The top overall pick in the 2004 draft, Bush was
Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Matt Bush remains in a Port Charlotte, Florida jail this morning following his DUI arrest. Bush, 26, was arrested on DUI and leaving the scene of an accident charges stemming from a Thursday afternoon accident. Bush ran into the back of 72-year old Anthony Tufano driving a motorcycle and then, according to reports, drove over the top of Tufano...
Via:Red Sox pitcher Bobby Jenks is facing DUI charges after deputies say he struck two vehicles in the parking lot of Babes strip club in Fort Myers early this morning. Jenks, 31, was pulled over in a white Mercedes SUV near the intersection of Cleveland Avenue and Colonial Boulevard for driving erratically, according to a Lee County Sheriff’s Office report. Deputies said Jenks...
((HT: WBBH-TV Ft Myers))The HQ is under the impression that Tampa Rays pitcher Matt Bush is in deep doo-doo after, allegedly, driving under the influence and running into a 72-year-old Floridian, Tony Tufano, as he was driving a motorcycle on the streets of Port Charlotte, Florida.Bush is being held on multiple charges: some DUI-related and some for leaving the scene of an accident...
Boston Red Sox relief pitcher Bobby Jenks apologized Sunday for his arrest Friday on muliple charges of driving under the influence.Jenks was arrested at 12:24 a.m. by the Lee County (Fla.) Sheriff's Office and charged with one count of driving under the influence and three counts of DUI and damage to property.“I am embarrassed by the situation and apologize to my teammates...
Bobby Jenks apologized to the Red Sox organization and his teammates for his deplorable overindulgence and bad judgment. He stated how he did not have a sip of alcohol.
Police acknowledged that they found neither beer, nor chicken wings, in his car when they stopped him. His DUI was not alcohol based.
His vehicular crimes were...
Red Sox reliever Bobby Jenks was arrested early Friday morning. The veteran right-hander was charged with one count of driving under the influence, three counts of driving under the influence and damaging property and one count of fleeing the scene after damaging property. On Sunday, Jenks issued the following statement: "I am embarrassed by the situation and apologize to my...
Last week, Boston Red Sox RP Bobby Jenks was arrested in Fort Myers, Florida and charged with three counts of DUI and property damage. Fort Myers is home to the Spring Training facility for the Boston Red Sox. On Sunday, the relief pitcher issued a statement, apologizing for his actions last week.
“I am embarrassed by the situation and apologize to my teammates...
After being charged with 5 counts including, DUI, leaving the scene of an accident (at a strip club) and 3 counts of damaging property while driving under the influence, Bobby Jenks had this to say:"I am embarrassed by the situation and apologize to my teammates and to the Red Sox organization for any distractions I may have caused. I still need to let the legal process run...
Perhaps you have seen this story this morning where Bobby Jenks, the injured pitcher of the Boston Red Sox, was charged with five misdemeanors including DUI and leaving the scene of an accident that involved property damage. There should be little tolerance for this kind of thing. Sure, we can all say that young men with lots of money will make mistakes. But it's not like these...
[caption id="attachment_2029" align="alignleft" width="216" caption="Dustin Pedroia reacts after getting hit by a pitch during Thursday's Spring Training game against the Yankees. X-Rays were negative, and Pedroia returned Saturday. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)"][/caption]
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new Spring Training Player of the Week...