Many of you might have seen this off of the link on the previous post -- a post which we believe was directly responsible for that how-did-they-win victory that cut the Twins' deficit in the AL Central to 1 game heading into tonight's second game of the doubleheader -- but in case you didn't, here's the AP story from the Chuck Knobloauch incident.
Former major leaguer Chuck Knoblauch has been charged with assaulting his common-law wife.
A judge set Knoblauch's bond at $10,000 after he appeared in court Tuesday. According to a criminal complaint, Knoblauch's wife told police he hit her in the face and then choked her at their Houston home on Friday. Knoblauch's attorney did not immediately return a telephone call Tuesday.
The 41-year-old former infielder is a Houston native and a four-time All-Star who played for the New York Yankees, Minnesota Twins and Kansas City Royals from 1991-02. Knoblauch was one of more than 80 players who were accused of using performance-enhancing drugs in the 2007 Mitchell Report on baseball's steroids era. Knoblauch later acknowledged using performance enhancers.
You all did this to him with those hot dogs in that "championship game."