Former major league pitcher Ugueth Urbina, who pitched for the Red Sox from 2001-02, has reportedly been released from prison in Venezuela  after being convicted of attempted murder in 2007.
Urbina allegedly assaulted five workers on his farm in 2005 with a machete and poured gasoline on them because he believed they stole a gun from him. He was sentenced to over 14 years in prison, but reportedly was released on good behavior.
Juan Urbina, Urbina's son and a pitcher in the Mets organization, tweeted two pictures of him with Urbina , one of which had the caption, "Finalmente con mi Padre! [Finally with my father!]"
The 38-year-old played baseball in prison and can still throw 90 mph. Urbina led the National League with 41 saves for the Expos in 1999. In addition to the Expos and Red Sox, Urbina played for the Rangers, Marlins, Tigers and Phillies before being convicted.
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