Texas Rangers’ Jeffress busted for suspected intoxicated driving
An article of CBS Sports revealed that professional baseball player Jeremy Jeffress on August 26 was apprehended in Dallas due to the suspicion that he was driving a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants (DWI).
The Texas Rangers reportedly confirmed that the 28-year-old pitcher got trouble with the law and had been placed on a “restricted list” that prevented him from participating the game. Details of Jeffress’ arrest were not revealed. Alongside being prevented from participating the game, Jeffress is also not getting paid. Baseball Operations President Jon Daniels in a statement said that Jeffress’ team was disappointed by his actions and that they are collating information regarding the incident. Jeffress had two previous suspensions in the minor league due to substance abuse problem.
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