Curtis Leskanic, a former relief pitcher and current scout for the Red Sox, was arrested for DUI with his 5-year-old daughter in the car.
The 44-year-old had a blood-alcohol level of .331, more than four times the legal limit of .08. According to Gary Taylor of the Orlando Sentinel, he was also charged with child neglect.
According to the police report Leskanic's truck was "swerving all over the road" at around 7:30 pm Sunday and the responding officer found him "hunched over as if he was sleeping." Once he woke up Leskanic reportedly handed the officer his scout identification card from MLB, failed roadside sobriety tests, and had to be hospitalized after "swearing and exhibiting hostile behavior."
In 11 seasons with the Rockies, Brewers, Royals, and Red Sox, Leskanic amassed a 5034 record and a .436 ERA.
Leskanic's last Major League appearance was with Boston in Game 6 of the 2004 ALCS, in which he was the winning pitcher. The victory evened the series at 33 against the Yankees.