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Heroes to Zeros: MLB Players Mug Shot Hall of Shame

Nobody realizes how simple it tends to be to go from saint to zero than a professional athlete. A portion of baseball’s most prominent minutes have come in the World Series, yet a portion of the very individuals who have played on that fantastic stage have likewise known an alternate sort of popularity: criminal reputation.

That’s right, some of the best players on the best teams have shared the spotlight of October baseball, while also sitting under a different kind of light down at police headquarters.

Here are the images you won’t see on a baseball card: the police photos of baseball’s accused and convicted criminals in our special World Series edition of the Mug Shot Hall of Shame.

1- Steve Howe

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When Steve Howe was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 1979 Baseball Draft from the University of Michigan, he was touted as a promising left-hander with an exuberant arm.

Howe would flaunt that ability the next year, winning the 1980 National League Rookie of the Year grant.

In any case, Howe was likewise vigorously into liquor and drugs and was captured for DUI, alongside being suspended multiple times by MLB for substance abuse issues.

Howe was murdered in 2006 when the pickup truck he was driving turned over. Toxicology results later demonstrated that Howe had methamphetamine in his framework, anyway the specific amount was obscure.

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