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Darryl Strawberry Arrest Records

Darryl Eugene Strawberry was a baseball player who played for the Dodgers, San Francisco Giants, New York Mets and the New York Yankees from 1980-1999. He played as a right fielder and was one of the best players of his time. With a stupendous height of 6 feet 6 inches, he was famous for his superb swings. He played for a total of 17 seasons in the MLB.
 
He was born on 12th March 1962 In Los Angeles, California. He played baseball as a student for the Crenshaw High School. He was first drawn into drafting to play in MLB in the year 1980. He had ups and downs throughout his entire career.

Very often he made the headlines due to his hot-headed behavior. He faced a number of legal issues like substance usage, sex addiction and violation of other rules. His troubled life came to a halt when he met his third wife Tracy, who helped him to recover from the usage of drugs.
 
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Career Highlights

In a few words, his career began promisingly with a spark but couldn't glow for much longer due to his unaccounted behavior. But during his peak years, his performances were phenomenal and distinctive. From 1980-1990. he was successful in keeping a good average. He earned the title "Rookie of the Year" in 1983, and was conducted to the All-Star Game in 1984.

His performance guided the New York Mets to a World Series Championship victory in 1986. During his spell with the Dodgers, his first season was only successful. There was a gradual downfall in his performance due to a series of injuries as well as some jurisdiction issues. He held the record of hitting two pinch-hit grand slams within a single season. He boasts the record of having the honor to appear in nine All-Star Games.
 
Career Downfalls

Darryl was so spoiled by his sex addiction, anger and drug use that he failed to bloom out with his full potential. He got very limited opportunities to appear in the fields due to his ongoing injuries and suspension due to unacceptable activities. In 1997, he did not have any home runs under his name. And then came the worst news one could possibly imagine.

He was found out to have colon cancer. This was like a nail in the coffin of his career. In 1999, he was arrested for possessing cocaine and getting into a physical encounter with a policewoman. He tried to return in late 1999, but it not too much effect, except for contribution in a single game. After retiring, he became the instructor for the New York Mets in the years 2005 and 2008.


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Story of the crimes

Speaking about his downfall, Darryl mentioned that he was a subject of domestic abuse. He and his brother lived in fear under their drunkard father. And he implied that the childhood incidents were the reasons behind making his habits ugly. He was suspended from the MLB at the starting of the 1995 season since he tested positive for the usage of cocaine.

He was arrested in the year 1990 for hitting his first wife, Lisa Clayton. He also threatened her with a gun. He was supposed to pay for the child support since he was the father but he failed to do so. His charges were resolved and then he was sent to rehab.

He was imprisoned in the year 2002 for getting into a physical relationship with another patient in the facility. He again got into trouble when he filed a false complaint regarding stealing.

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