Police found evidence of cocaine and drug paraphernalia at former major league pitcher Rod Beck‘s home on the day he died.
A police report released Tuesday indicated evidence in several places at Beck’s house, including the bathroom and the master bedroom in which the 38-year-old Beck, a three-time All-Star who saved 286 games, was found dead at his northeast Phoenix home on June 23.
In a case on the bedroom floor, “four small canisters contained a white powdery residue of suspected cocaine. The larger canister contained a dried paste, commonly used to produce rock cocaine,” the report said. They also found a white powdery substance on the roll top desk.
Police also found a loaded semiautomatic handgun in a bag containing numerous glass bowl pipes and torch lighters.
“I strive to save games, play the hardest i can, give that 110% and do a ton of coke”
-Rod Beck, on life