Atlanta Braves outfielder Marcell Ozuna was captured and accused of DUI and Failure to Maintain Lane, Atlanta’s CBS 46 reports. Ozuna was set up for Gwinnett County Jail at 4:39 am, per the report. The Braves have not yet remarked with regards to this issue.
It’s the second time in the beyond 15 months that Ozuna has been captured. The 31-year-old was captured in June 2021 on threatening behavior charges, which brought about an extensive stay on semi-voluntary vacation and Ozuna in the long run getting a retroactive suspension under MLB’s joint aggressive behavior at home, rape, and youngster misuse strategy. Crime accusations against Ozuna were dropped and supplanted by a couple of wrongdoing allegations (family brutality battery and straightforward attack) in August. He concurred in September to go into a six-month aggressive behavior at home mediation program, notwithstanding 200 or more long periods of local area administration, to outrage the board directs.
The 2022 season is the second year in a four-year, $65M contract Ozuna endorsed with Atlanta, harking back to the 2020-21 offseason. He’s showed up in only 155 games in the almost two years of the agreement and posted a grim .214/.271/.381 line with unfortunate evaluations for his guard and baserunning. Ozuna is being paid $16M in 2022 and is owed $18M in every one of the 2023 and 2024 seasons. His agreement contains a $16M club choice for the 2025 mission, which accompanies a $1M buyout.