Report: Ex-MLB Star Albert Belle Arrested for Indecent Exposure, Extreme DUI

8 Jul 1999: Albert Belle #88 of the Baltimore Orioles looks on the field during the game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland. The Blue Jays defeated the Orioles 11-6. Mandatory Credit: David Leeds /Allsport

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Former MLB All-Star Albert Belle was reportedly arrested Sunday on two counts of indecent exposure, one count of DUI and one count of extreme DUI.

According to Matt Rodewald of Fox 10, the arrest occurred in Scottsdale, Arizona, during a spring training game:

The 51-year-old Belle played 12 MLB seasons, featuring for the Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox and Baltimore Orioles. He last played in 2000.

Belle was a five-time All-Star and five-time Silver Slugger Award winner. He also finished third or better in the American League MVP voting each year from 1994 through 1996.

He hit a career-high 50 homers for the Indians in 1995 and signed a five-year deal with the White Sox in free agency prior to the 1997 season.

A contract clause allowed Belle to become a free agent again after two seasons, and although he was productive in two years with the Orioles, he was forced to retire due to a degenerative hip condition.

In 1,539 career MLB games, Belle hit .295 with 381 homers and 1,239 RBI.

Belle spent 10 weeks at the Cleveland Clinic in 1990 to undergo alcohol rehabilitation.