Former Yankee Outfielder Chad Curtis Under Investigation For Inappropriate Touching of Students

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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