Diamondbacks outfielder Yasmany Tomas was arrested Thursday morning in Arizona for reckless driving and criminal speeding. It was not discovered that he was under the influence of any substance, but he was going too fast. KTAR Arizona reports that Tomas was going at 105 miles per hour, according to police.
Tomás possibly faces up to 30 days in jail and a $ 500 fine for Class 3 misdemeanor.
The Diamondbacks issued the following statement:
"We are very disappointed to hear this news. gathering data and we will refrain from making further comments at this time as this is a pending legal issue. "  It is unlikely that this issue will attract the attention of the Major Leagues in the form of suspension. In 2012, for example, Aroldis Chapman was arrested for passing 93 () and was not suspended from the league.
Tomas, 27, hit .241 /.294/.464 with eight homers and 32 RBIs last season in just 47 games. He took care of the injuries and underwent central surgery that ends the season in August. He is expected to be ready to play in spring training. Unless the Diamondbacks add someone, how to bring back the very popular free agent, J.D. Martinez, Tomas believes he will be the starting left fielder who will open next season.