Andrew Toles Released Back to the Streets in Another Extremely Sad Update

Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles
Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles / Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

Former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles was arrested for trespassing after being caught sleeping near Key West Airport. During the apprehension, Toles listed his address as "the streets of Key West."

Toles has since been released after his $500 bond was posted, per the Monroe County Sheriff.

Toles, the son of New Orleans Saints first-round pick, linebacker Alvin Toles, hit .286 with eight home runs in 96 regular season games as a Dodger. After hitting .364 in the 2016 postseason, he made the Opening Day lineup in 2017, but an injury ended his season early. He then left the Dodgers in 2019 for what was called a "personal matter." After briefly returning to the team in April, he left once more to be with his family, ending his 2019 season.

At this point, his baseball career is totally secondary, as this whole incident paints a picture of a man who is clearly struggling internally.

Popping Toles back onto the streets isn't going to do anything to rehabilitate him. Perhaps his old club, which is worth billions of dollars, can lend a helping hand here.