Police are investigating the murder of former Major League Baseball pitcher Pascual Perez, 55, who was stabbed to death inside his home during a robbery.
Perez, who lives in the Dominican Republic, was stabbed to death by unknown assailants.
As reported by TMZ:
Perez -- who pitched in the Majors for 11 years -- was reportedly stabbed in the neck during the incident. There is speculation Perez was killed for his MLB pension payment he received before the murder.
Perez played for a slew of MLB teams -- including the Pirates, Braves, Expos and Yankees. He made the All-Star squad back in 1983 -- the same year he had a 3.43 ERA.
Pascual got the nickname "Perimeter Perez" when he got lost on the I-285 while driving himself to a Braves game back in 1982 on a day he was scheduled to start.
The investigation is ongoing and police have not arrested anyone in connection with the murder.