D-backs' Tomas charged with criminal speeding
Arizona Department of Public Safety officials say troopers pulled over Tomas, 27, around 9:30 a.m. Thursday.
He was booked into the downtown Phoenix jail and his Mercedes Coupe was impounded.
Authorities say Tomas could be facing up to 30 days in jail and a fine up to $500 on the criminal speeding charge, while a reckless driving charge could lead to a suspended license.
Diamondbacks officials declined comment on Tomas’ arrest, saying it is a pending legal matter.
Tomas hit 31 home runs in 140 games in 2016 but played only 47 games last season because of an injury.