Former baseball phenom pitcher David Clyde was arrested last weekend in Harris County, Texas, and charged with driving while intoxicated.
Clyde, 57, was arrested Saturday and was set free on a $500 bond after his first offense, according to the Houston Press.
Recently, he has worked in the lumber business and has coached at Houston-area Christian-based baseball academy.
Clyde was famous for going from high school to the major leagues after being drafted by Texas Rangers in 1973. His career ended in 1979 with an 18-33 record and a 4.63 ERA.