Former #MLB Player Arrested for DUI With Daughter, 5, in Car; Blows .331% BAC – Curtis Leskanic

Curtis Leskanic mug shot picture
October 2, 2011

How did we miss this one? It’s been more than two weeks since former Major League Baseball player and World Series champion Curtis “I’ll Have Another!” Leskanic was arrested and charged with driving drunk with his 5-year-old daughter in the vehicle and eventually blew a .331% BAC, more than four times the legal limit. According to police, he was found at 8 pm on a Monday night, passed out behind…

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#Wisconsin-Milwaukee Point Guard Kaylon Williams Arrested for DUI, Blows .228% BAC

So close, and yet so far for Kaylon Williams: his blood alcohol concentration was just under the level that would have landed him in the Top Twenty of the World Famous BadJocks BAC Rankings.  A BAC of .228% probably puts him in the Top Five for DUIs in 2011 (and it’s nearly three times the legal limit) but short of the .241% needed these days to make the big board. …

August 11, 2011
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#Louisville CB Arrested on Drunk Driving Charges: #DariusAshley Blows .186% BAC

A potential starter for the #Cardinals appears to have stumbled . . . quite a bit, actually. At 0.186%, Darius Ashley’s blood alcohol concentration is more than twice the legal limit of .08, but no where near enough to make it into the World Famous BadJocks BAC Rankings. This is also not Ashley’s first run-in with booze:  Back in December of 201, he was found passed out in the drive-thru…

June 22, 2011
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#Olympic Gold Medalist Arrested for DUI in Indiana, Blows 0.13 BAC to Earn Bronze in BAC Rankings

Lloy J. Ball may have won a gold medal with the American men’s volleyball team, but his drinking is not up to international competition levels. At o.13% BAC he’s nearly twice the legal limit of .08%, but nowhere near the .23% minimum needed to crack the top twenty of the BadJocks World Famous BAC Rankings.  And, also, getting arrested for DUI in rural Indiana is just tacky, don’t you think?

June 6, 2011
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