If he is found guilty on two counts of felonious assault -- one with a deadly weapon and the other causing serious physical harm -- Julio Castillo could go to prison for 16 years.
Castillo, currently on trial in Dayton, Ohio, is a 22-year-old minor league pitcher in the Cubs' organization.
The deadly weapon was a baseball. And the case is unprecedented.
Not the potential prison time but the case, period.
Never has a professional baseball player been charged with a felony ...Read full story
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