Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles was detained by police in Key West, Fla., earlier this week after a Monroe County sheriff deputy found him sleeping behind a Federal Express building at the airport.
His bond was set at $500, and his arraignment is scheduled for Thursday.
Toles has a history of anxiety issues prior to signing with the Dodgers in 2016. He played in the Tampa Bay Rays system 2012-14, but the two sides separated in 2015 after Toles requested his release.
The Georgia native ended up working in the frozen food section of a grocery store in his home state before signing with the Dodgers in 2016. He then surged from single-A to the big leagues in a matter of months, eventually debuting on July 8, 2016. From 2016-18, Toles appeared in 96 games and hit .286/.333/.459, also compiling an impressive slash line of .364/.423/.455 during the 2016 postseason.
But the speedy outfielder tore his ACL in 2017 while trying to make a running catch to preserve a no-hitter by teammate Julio Urias, then spent all of 2019 on the restricted list for personal reasons.
Current and former players sent well-wishes to Toles via social media: