And now for Sports Blotter's favorite drunks of the year: Former Major League Baseball relief pitcher Curtis Leskanic, 43, who played 12 seasons for four teams, was arrested in September on charges of child neglect and driving under the influence after police reportedly found him passed out at the wheel, "hunched over as if he was sleeping," with his 5-year-old daughter asleep and unrestrained in his truck. Leskanic allegedly had a blood-alcohol level of .331, more than four times the legal limit, but well below his career earned run average of 4.36. Testifying at his own drunk driving trial in August, former Toronto Maple Leafs captain Rick Vaive, 52, the first Leaf to score more than 50 goals in a season, said he did not know why he told police, when asked if he'd had any alcohol: "Not today, I had one beer." "That's alcohol," the officer reportedly explained. Vaive later testified he actually drank six beers. As covered in a recent column, during his DUI arrest on I-5, Seattle Seahawks defensive end Raheem Brock, 33—who registered a career best 10.5 sacks in 2010 and an alleged .133 on a Breathalyzer—reportedly chastised Washington State troopers for failing to "take care of your athletes out here" like the cops who stop him in "Chicago, New Jersey, and Philadelphia."