11.14.05

Oil Can Facing 25 Years In The Can

Posted in Baseball, The Law at 5:45 pm by

As if this story weren’t sad enough, it would appear as though thanksgiving dinner with Theo Epstein is probably cancelled.

From the Associated Press :

Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Dennis “Oil Can” Boyd (above) surrendered Monday to federal agents in Tupelo to face charges he threatened a former girlfriend.

John G. Raucci, special agent in charge of the FBI in Mississippi, and U.S. Attorney Jim M. Greenlee said in a statement that Boyd allegedly made five telephone calls in which he threatened to harm the ex-girlfriend, who also was his business associate, and possibly her son. Authorities would not say why no firm accusation was made concerning the woman’s son and did not reveal their names.

Boyd was indicted by a federal grand jury in Mississippi earlier this month. The 45-year-old Meridian native, now lives in East Providence, R.I., and plays baseball for the Brockton Rox, an independent minor league team in the Canadian-American League.

2 Responses to “Oil Can Facing 25 Years In The Can”

  1. kt says:

    east providence, huh? couldn’t afford the chi-chi life in fall river i suppose?

  2. john says:

    LET THIS MAN FREE..NO CASE…….LET THE OIL CAN PITCH…….

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