Rays’ Randy Arozarena arrested in México

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Randy Arozarena has found himself being arrested by the México authorities. He was placed in the slammer.

Arozarena has been detained at this time. He is on a 48-hour hold, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

Handcuffs (Photo by Unsplash/Bill Oxford)

He attempted to abduct his daughter from her mother. While in the process of doing this, he allegedly assaulted the mother’s father.

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While one Mexican newspaper claims that he allegedly attempted to abduct his daughter, another claims that he was detained following a domestic violence incident with his ex-wife.

“The only thing I know is he was hyper-sensitive about making sure that the child’s needs were being taken care of,” His agent Abel Guerra said. “He was always sending money down there, and he was very involved in her life. I don’t want to speculate about (anything else).”

Major League Baseball is investigating the matter. At this time, the investigation is in its early stages.

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One month ago, he had a star-stuffed playoff. He made MLB history with his 10th postseason home run.

He was the first player to ever accomplish this feat. Unfortunately for the Rays, Arozarena’s playoff heroics were not enough for them to win the World Series, as they were defeated by the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Arozarena was married earlier this month in México with another woman, who he has another child with.

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“When it comes to family issues there are always layers of complexity. Everything is perspective,” said Guerra, who had not spoken to Arozarena. “Hopefully everything clears itself up. It’s a horrible, unfortunate situation.

“I know he loves that little girl. He’s been a doting dad.”

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