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Former Red Sox reliever Ugueth Urbina was released from a Venezuelan prison on Wednesday after serving five years for attempted murder.
Urbina was sentenced to 14 years in 2007 after attacking five workers on his farm who he suspected stole a gun from him. Urbina attacked the men with a machete and attempted to pour gasoline on them. A MACHETE PEOPLE, A MACHETE.
According to Deadspin...
Finalmente con mi Padre! twitter.com/JuanUrbina51/s… — Juan Urbina (@JuanUrbina51) December 23, 2012 Remember this face? He was most recently seen in a Venezuelan court room and before that pitching for the Philadelphia Phillies in 2005. After the season, Urbina was involved in an incident that led to him being charged...
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Two-time All-Star pitcher Ugueth Urbina has been released from a Venezuelan prison after serving a portion of a 14-year sentence for attempted murder.
Former MLB closer Ugueth “Uggie” Urbina was released from a Venezuelan prison five and a half years in to his 14 year sentence for trying to make his workers in to human Moltov cocktails and hacking them up with a machete, all because he thought they stole one of his guns.
I’ve never been to Venezuelan prison, but I can imagine five and a half years probably felt like 14,...
Ugueth Urbina is a free man. Or so it seems.
The former big league closer recently posed for a photo alongside his son, Juan, which was then posted on Twitter. It’s the first we’ve heard of Urbina in quite some time, as he was sent to prison in 2007 after being convicted of attempted murder.
Urbina, who bounced around throughout his career, was arrested by Venezuelan police in...