Will Yoder
Wednesday March 14th, 2012

New York Mets’ bullpen catcher, Eric Langill is suspended for seven days without pay after receiving a DUI after crashing into a street sign and flipping his Honda Accord, according to a  tweet from ESPN’s Adam Rubin.

[tweet https://twitter.com/AdamRubinESPN/status/179968188870688768 align='center']

In addition to his seven day suspension, Langill will also be required to attend counseling. Langill, 32, was the Expos’ No. 34pick overall in 1999. He spent seven seasons in the minors where he played in 210 games, and hit .210 with one home run. He has been with the Mets since last June.

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