Dodgers’ Andrew Toles arrested behind Florida airport

Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles, who has not played since 2018, was arrested and jailed this week when police found him sleeping behind the Key West airport in South Florida.

Toles, 28, was charged with a misdemeanor trespass on Monday night. Police listed his address as “Key West streets.” The Miami Herald reported that it ignored police requests to leave.

His arraignment is scheduled for July 2.

Toles failed to show up for spring training last year and has since been on the club’s restricted list.

It was the last of several setbacks for Toles, who has dealt with anxiety during his baseball career.

Toles was fired from the Tennessee team as a sophomore in 2011 and suspended while at Chipola College. He missed two months of the 2014 season due to personal problems.

The Dodgers signed Toles in September 2015 after the Tampa Bay Rays released him. He made his major league debut the following season and became a valuable contributor.

He appeared in 46 regular-season games in 2016, hitting .314 with a .870 base-plus-slugging percentage before making the postseason roster. He hit .364 in 26 plate appearances in the playoffs.