About two months ago, Marlins closer Leo Nunez admitted he had falsified his name and age. He’s really Juan Carlos Oviedo. Shortly afterward, it was announced that there would be no criminal charges against Nunez/Oviedo in his home country, the Dominican Republic.
That is no longer true, as of Thursday morning; this Spanish-language article indicates that Oviedo has been arrested.
Some while back, Marlins closer Leo Nunez was found out to be Juan Carlos Oviedo, having used falsified documents to secure a player contract. This was kind of a big deal, and Oviedo flew home to the Dominican Republic, where he coo... Read Post
28-year-old Florida Marlins pitcher Leo Nunez isn't 28, and his name isn't Leo Nunez. The player's real name is Juan Carlos Oviedo, and he is 29, a source told the AP. "Nunez" returned to the Dominican Republic Thursday to sort out ... Read Post