Former Detroit Tigers pitcher accepts plea deal in sexual assault case

Former Tigers pitcher Evan Reed has agreed to a plea deal in a criminal sexual assault case stemming from a March of 2014 incident.

From MLive:

"The two third-degree sexual assault charges were dropped and Reed pleaded "no contest" to a misdemeanor count of aggravated assault for which he received a year of probation Friday.

He's also required to complete 120 hours of community service and pay $4,480 in restitution."

Reed, who is no longer with the Tigers organization, was accused of having non-consensual sex with a 45-year-old woman at Detroit's Motor City Casino after a night of drinking alcohol at Royal Oak bars in late late March of 2014.

Reed says the allegations are completely untrue.

(h/t MLive)