Evan Hilbert
Friday December 9th, 2011

James Loney, first baseman for the Los Angeles Dodgers, was arrested last month under suspicion of driving under the influence, according to the Associated Press. Authorities are currently awaiting blood tests, the AP reports.

TMZ.com initially reported the story, saying that Loney was arrested Nov. 14 after being involved in an accident. At the scene, Loney allegedly passed out before waking up and trying to flee the scene. He was arrested and given a blood test, according to the AP.

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