IIRC, he was charged with rape, gross indecency, and other similar charges against two women (not minors). He was acquitted.
The gun was found in his car in the Flats. The possession charges were separated from the other charges, and the court ruled that the search violated his Fourth Amendment rights. It went to the Supreme Court after that, and I'm not sure what happened.
Pedro M. frequently uses a black glove with red stitching. He does sometimes get called on it and has to switch out gloves. Seems like a strange rule to me, especially if it only applies to the pitcher.
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