Chad Curtis, who played for ten years in the majors for the Angels, Tigers, Dodgers, Indians, Yankees and Rangers, is perhaps best known for his two home runs in game 3 of the ’99 World Series for New York. He has also been suspended from his duties with a Michigan high school and is under investigation for inappropriate touching involving four students, according to a report on MLive.com.
No further details are provided at this time. Curtis was working at Lakewood School District as a volunteer in the weight room and as a substitute teacher, and was scheduled to become the school’s football coach in the fall. School officials were notified a week ago that Curtis was under investigation, and his duties with the school district have been suspended.
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