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    He claimed to play defensive back at the University of Southern California, which turned out to be false.
    Furthermore, he compared an on-field collision to an attempt at tackling Leroy Hoard in college, when in reality, USC and Michigan didn't play each other during the 1986 NCAA Football season.
    He was accused of intentionally vomiting on the field during game play (1996).
    He committed bigamy by marrying a woman in Las Vegas, while still being married to his wife.
    When asked about his shotgun wedding, he told reporters he didn't think it was legally binding.
    He is more known for his controversies than for his baseball accolades.
    When confronted about the fictionalized past stories, he told the media he would have proof of his claims, when in reality he didn't.
    His fictional football career was actually listed in the program guides for the teams he played for.
    Although claiming to be a member of the USC football team during the mid-1980's, in reality he was a prospect in the Atlanta Braves farm system.
    He was a fan favorite amongst Pirates fans during the team's 1997 'Freak Show Team' season.
    He stole a career high 38 bases (1997).
    He was elevated to starting duties after the Pirates purged their entire roster following the 1996 season.

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