Sano will not face charges for incident in DR

Sano will not face charges for incident in DR

Sano reportedly was asked to stop at a checkpoint but instead drove through, injuring a police officer.

Minnesota Twins third baseman Miguel Sano won't face criminal charges after he was involved in an automobile accident with a police officer in the Dominican Republic on Sunday, according to ESPN.

Another news source, Diario Libre, said Sano was arrested and released with a promise to return Monday morning.

In the early hours of Sunday morning, Sano was questioned upon leaving a nightclub because his vehicle did not have a license plate and he was not carrying his driver's license.

Twins officials say the facts of the incident are not completely available, but the club is in the process of gathering as much information as possible and has no further comment. The outlet said Sano "expressed willingness to. pay for medical and recovery expenses (for) Angel Guillandrex Gil", the officer who was involve in the incident.

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Sano is a native of the Dominican Republic, where he lives when's not playing for the Twins.

Gillandeux suffered fractures to his tibia and fibula in his left leg, according to the ESPN story, and was taken to the hospital by Sano.

The infielder was under investigation earlier this year after he was accused of sexual assault in December.

On the baseball side of things, offseason leg surgery and then an April hamstring injury led to an out-of-shape Sano's 2018 season being delayed and resulted in (a) the worst year of his big league career; and (b) an extended minor league assignment. After the first 37 games of the season, he was batting.203 with seven home runs and 66 strikeouts, and the Twins sent him to Class-A Fort Myers.

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