Catching Up With Mets Pitching Sensation Scott Schafer

Posted in Baseball, Internal Affairs, The Law at 9:33 am by

Mets prospect Scott Schafer created a slight buzz in the blogosphere in June of ’06 when his typical teenager’s MySpace profile had both the ballclub and a certain blowhard agent going into scolding overdrive. Courtesy Cyclones Nation, we now learn that Schafer has been having additional troubles with the overzealous Florida police.

From the Palm Beach Post’s Paul Quinlan :

St. Lucie County deputies clocked Scott Alan Schafer, 19, of Texas, driving his Hummer 69 miles-per-hour in a 45 mile-per-hour zone on Okeechobee Road at around 1 a.m. Sunday morning, an arrest report said.Asked if he knew why he was pulled over, Schafer said he “was doing close to 80 miles per hour,” the report said.

Deputies said his speech was mumbled, his eyes bloodshot and watery and he smelled of alcohol, according to the report.

Schafer declined to take a breath test. After performing several field sobriety tests, he was transported to the St. Lucie County Jail and his car was towed, the report said.

I’m sure Schafer has his apologists (well, other than the girl who got dumped before the prom) and while they’re entitled to their screwy opinions, they might wanna consider the following : any irresponsible 19 year old with a twisted sense of entitlement can manage to get pulled over in St. Luice. But it takes a genuine adult, with decades of quality decision-making under his belt, to somehow acquire a pair of speeding tickets in less than 20 minutes.

You’d think they don’t have any football players to harass in this town.

One response to “Catching Up With Mets Pitching Sensation Scott Schafer”

  1. hot shit college student says:

    What kind of jackass refuses a breathalyser, then takes field sobriety tests? Sober people can fail those things. Not that any of that matters, there’s probably a zero tolerance policy for underagers in Florida. It’s too bad Common’s shitty song/video about the dangers of young, horny, drunk athletes on MySpace didn’t come out sooner to help the lad.

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