Longtime Indians slugger and two-year Orioles flameout Albert Belle was arrested in Arizona over the weekend on several charges.
Belle, who hit 30 or more home runs in eight straight seasons, including 50 home runs in 1995, was charged with two counts of indecent exposure, and one count of driving under the influence, according to police records filed in Maricopa County. Belle was in Arizona attending a Cactus League spring training game, according to Max Rodewald of FOX 10 News in Phoenix.
Belle's latest mugshot revealed that the former controversial slugger has seen better days.
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The five-time all-star was previously arrested for assaulting a minor who had egged his house on Halloween. He was also convicted for stalking and threatening an ex-girlfriend, resulting in a 90-day jail sentence.
On the field, the now 51-year-old Belle was just as controversial.
He was suspended seven games for using a corked bat and was fined for knocking down Brewers Fernando Pena in 1996.
Belle joined the Orioles before the 1999 season, and played just two seasons, where he hit 60 home runs and 220 RBIs in 302 games.