Former Indians All-Star Belle arrested on indecent exposure charge

Posted March 27, 2018

The Maricopa Sheriff's Office arrested Belle, 51, on two counts of indecent exposure, a count of DUI-liquor/drugs/vapor/combo and a count of extreme DUI with a blood alcohol content of.08 or more.

Rodewald tweeted a picture of Belle's mugshot while posting the news on Twitter.

He was booked into the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office jail, whose jurisidiction covers the San Francisco Giants' training hub in Scottsdale.

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Officers from the Salt River Police Department responded to the Phoenix Rising Soccer Club Stadium in Scottsdale at about 9:30 p.m. Saturday after getting a report of an indecent exposure incident at the 6,200-seat complex. The arrest reportedly happened at a spring training game.

Belle has a long history of controversy, dating back to his active career.

Belle spent the 10 weeks in 1990 receiving treatment for alcoholism at the Cleveland Clinic.

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Belle was a five-time All-Star who played for the Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox and Baltimore Orioles from 1989 to 2000.

Albert Belle, perhaps once the most-feared hitter in all of baseball, was arrested on Sunday and charged with four crimes. For his career, Belle had a.295 batting average, 1,239 RBIs, and 381 home runs.

Additionally, Belle was the league's highest-paid player in 1999 after signing a five-year, $65 million deal with the Baltimore Orioles, before retiring two seasons later due to degenerative hip osteoarthritis. He was suspended in 1996 after running over Fernando Vina on the way to second base.

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