Former Red Sox outfielder Coco Crisp was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving early Wednesday morning in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Crisp -- now with the A's -- was detained and taken to City of Scottsdale Jail before being released. He was at Phoenix Municipal Stadium on time to participate in pre-game drills and was in uniform for the A's game against the Indians on Wednesday, though he did not play.
Crisp did not comment when asked about the arrest, telling the media that he will do so "in due time."
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