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Former Chicago Cubs pitcher to serve long term in prison

The Chicago Cubs There were many memorable moments in 2003. Some were good and some were not. Unfortunately, baseball isn’t the only topic of conversation when discussing former Cubs pitcher Sergio Mitre. He was drafted by the Cubs in 2001 and played with them from 2003 to 2005.

He wasn’t very good in Chicago, so the Cubs delivered him to the Florida Marlins in a take-back package to Juan Pierre. It’s clearly a good trade for the Cubs for several reasons. Now, years later, nothing good can be said about Miter. His entry into Major League Baseball is not a good look in hindsight.

After his time playing with the Cubs, he went on to play with those Marlins, the Milwaukee Brewers and the New York Yankees. He was basically a bad pitcher his entire career, that’s why he had a negative WAR, a terrible ERA and was well below .500 when he started.

None of that matters because he’s an even worse human being than he’s a baseball pitcher and that’s saying something because he’s an athlete. Throw the ball as badly as you will see at the highest level.

The Chicago Cubs have a former pitcher in jail and it’s well worth it.

He is as bad a person as there could be on planet earth. Sergio Mitre will spend 40-60 years in prison for the murder of a 22-month-old girl belonging to his girlfriend. It was a horrible piece of news to read. An innocent little girl with her whole life ahead of her was captured by some monster.

Hearing about former Baseball League Baseball players doing things like this is truly horrifying. At 40, he will be a very old man when he qualifies for release from prison in Mexico. Honestly, that doesn’t even feel like enough.

Her loss will never be made up for, but it’s nice to see someone as bad as Miter gone forever. While in prison, he should have plenty of time to sit there and think about the terrible things he has done to so many people and be ashamed of his own existence.

https://dawindycity.com/2022/01/21/chicago-cubs-pitcher-going-jail-long-time/ Former Chicago Cubs pitcher to serve long term in prison

Ashley

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