The ex-girlfriend of Bills running back LeSean McCoy told police she thought McCoy was behind a home invasion Tuesday, which resulted in her going to the hospital after she was beaten and robbed of jewelry.
The Milton police released an event report Thursday revealing more information behind what happened early Tuesday morning, including what was said to police during the invasion. TMZ obtained audio of the 911 call, which can be heard here.
There’s this whole narrative of ‘Why don’t guys just hit ground balls to short?’ The answer is: (a) It’s not that easy and (b) it’s the complete thing you’ve taught yourself your entire baseball career to avoid. If a guy has a chance to hit a homer and a double, and he goes up there trying to slap a ground ball to short, the other team is perfectly fine with that.
I think it gets blown out of proportion when people say, ‘Just hit a ground ball to short.’ You can’t just take a 98 mph cutting fastball in on your hands and do that. Let’s just say I sell out tonight, and I try it four times. The likelihood of me hitting four straight ground balls to short and ending up 4-for-4 are very slim. If I succeed once or maybe twice, at best I’m going to go 2-for-4 with two singles, where if I just play the game, I might go 2-for-4 with a homer and a double. It makes no sense to me.
Police have not identified a suspect in the burglary, but the log described the suspect as a black male who was dressed in all black wearing a mask. The age is not known.
McCoy denied the allegations of domestic violence, child abuse and animal cruelty Tuesday saying the totally baseless and offensive claims were completely false. He hired an attorney Wednesday.
In addition to revealing more details of what happened Tuesday morning, police also released incident reports Thursday from two other domestic disputes between McCoy and Cordon where police were called to their home July 3, 2017, and April 11, 2018. However, none of the incidents involved physical violence.
The incident from last July indicates McCoy was concerned that Cordon may try to either take things or make false accusations about him.
In the past year, the Cleveland Indians’ bullpen has gone from one of the league’s best to the seventh worst since 1988 by sOPS+. Frank Jansky/Icon Sportswire
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