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MLB outfielder Andrew Toles was arrested on June 22 According to the police̵
Thomas Venegas Monroe County Sheriff’s Office The police report stated that Thors was carrying a black schoolbag. Although the police repeatedly asked him to leave, he refused to leave the house.
He was imprisoned Stock Island Detention Center, with bail of $500, The date of each Filosa trial is July 2nd.
Thors played 96 games for the Los Angeles Dodgers between 2016 and 2018, reaching an average of 0.286 with eight homers and 35 points. He starred in the 2016 National League playoffs, scoring .364, and won .878 OPS in 11 games.
According to Mike Mike Oz of Yahoo Sports, Toles is still technically in touch with the Dodgers, who put him in Restricted list After he did not report the spring training in 2019.
Ken Gunick MLB.com reported that Tors did not report to the camp for “personal reasons”.
The Tampa Bay Rays selected Thors in the third round of the 2012 draft. Toles found success among minors, especially in the Single-A Bowling Green in 2013 with 0.326.
However, due to Toles seeking treatment for anxiety disorders, his professional baseball career was suspended, Pedro Moura movement. He asked to be released from the light in 2015 and checked the mental health Treatment Center in Atlanta.
In the end, the Dodgers signed Toles in September 2015, and he joined the team’s guidance league. A year later, he starred in the Dodgers in the playoffs.