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Albert Belle
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Baseball Player
    (August 25, 1966- )
    Outfielder for Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox and Baltimore Orioles (1988-2000)
    Hit 381 career Home Runs
    Hit 50 Home Runs in the strike-shortened 1995 season
    Four-time All-Star Game Starter (1994-1997)
    In his early baseball years, he called himself Joey, which makes his rookie trading cards look quite dated.
    He was passed over in drafts by many teams, solely because of his temper.
    He attacked an obnoxious racist fan at the Southeastern Conference Tournament in Starkville, Miss.
    He was suspended from the College World Series for not running out ground balls and the attack on the fan (1987).
    He was suspended for two weeks and reassigned in Class A-Kinston (NC) for lack of hustle (1988).
    He was suspended for one week when he threw a baseball at the chest of a fan who taunted him in Cleveland (1990).
    He is an alcoholic and spent ten weeks in alcohol rehab in his rookie year (1989).
    While drunk, he tore up a bathroom.
    He was suspended for using a corked bat. The suspect bat was stolen from the umpires office at Jacobs Field (July 1994).
    He charged Kansas City pitcher Neal Heaton for throwing behind him (1992).
    After getting hit in the shoulder, he charged Kansas City pitcher Hipolito Pichardo (1993).
    He lost many potential awards based on his poor behavior.
    He agreed to do a Cleveland-area McDonald's television commercial, but did not show up for the shooting.
    He was fined $50,000 and ordered to undergo psychiatric counseling after a profanity tirade while being interviewed at the World Series by NBC sportscaster Hannah Storm (1995).
    He fired a baseball at Tony Tomsic, Sports Illustrated photographer, after taking a picture of him.
    He was arrested for domestic battery after beating his girlfriend and pulled her phone out of the wall.
    His consecutive games streak ended when he was benched for 'lack of hustle.' He had to be restrained from attacking his Baltimore Oriole manager Ray Miller after he was replaced in the game (June 1999).
    He was fined $25,000 and suspended for shoving his right forearm into Milwaukee second baseman Fernando Vina's face bruising his nose, while running out a homerun (1996).
    He made an obscene gesture to Cleveland fans while playing for the Chicago White Sox, and was fined $5,000 (1997).
    He settled out court after attacking kids who pelted his home with eggs on Halloween (1995).
    When an eight-year-old asked for an autograph in a shopping mall he answered 'How much money you got?'
    He was arrested for stalking his girlfriend (May 2006).
    He went to anger management (1990).
    He graduated sixth in his high school class of 266.
    He desires privacy, and often apologizes for his actions.
    He was one of the highest paid players in baseball.
    He hit a home run on the final game of his career.

Credit: Eric Hartman

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