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Ex-Yankee Raúl Mondesi gets six years in jail, completes sentence after counting house arrest time

The legal troubles of former major leaguer Raúl Mondesi are seemingly behind him after a Dominican court ruled that a six-year, nine-month prison term stemming from corruption charges had been satisfied by his house arrest, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Mondesi had been caught up in corruption charges from his time as mayor of the city of San Cristobal in the Dominican Republic which he was convicted of in 2017.

Mondesi had been placed on house arrest while he appealed the case, which was only completed on Friday.

As part of the 2017 conviction, Mondesi was fined $1.3 million for defrauding over $6 million and could not hold public office for 10 years.

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Friday’s decision came after Mondesi came to an agreement with the prosecutor’s office.

Prosecutors had attempted to have him sent to prison for the remainder of his sentence in 2020 after they alleged he violated the terms of his house arrest, but nothing came of the petition, and in 2023, the Court of Appeals of San Cristóbal ordered a new trial.

Mondesi played baseball in the major leagues for 13 years and following the end of his playing career began a career in politics.

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He spent parts of two seasons in the Bronx with the Yankees where he appeared in 169 games between the 2002 and 2003 seasons.

He averaged .273 during the course of his MLB career, while also hitting 271 homers and recording 860 RBIs.

Mondesi won NL Rookie of the Year in 1994 during his first season with the Dodgers and was named to the MLB All-Star Game in 1995.

Over the course of his career, Mondesi played for the Dodgers, Blue Jays, Yankees, Diamondbacks, Pirates, Angels and Braves.

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After retiring, he returned to San Cristobal, where he was from, and eventually ended up in politics, where he was elected to the Chamber of Deputies, which is similar to the U.S. House of Representatives.

He served as mayor of San Cristobal from 2010 to 2016 and was eventually charged with “conspiracy of officials, falsification of documents, use of false documents, prevarication, embezzlement, and crimes of mixing in affairs incompatible with the quality of official and association of criminals.”

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