By Renee Stoll
Altamonte Springs, FL (WFTV/CNN) - We're getting a look at the dashcam video from the night a former Major League Baseball player was arrested for allegedly drinking and driving.
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curtis Leskanic was pulled over in Altamonte Springs, Florida back in September.
You can see Leskanic make a right turn from the center lane after Altamonte Springs police made him get off the road. They initially found him stopped in the center lane in his truck, passed out behind the wheel with his 5-year-old daughter inside.
"Where you coming from," asked the officer.
"I went to her cheerleading thing I was, I was... " said Leskanic.
A concerned parent called 911 after seeing Leskanic condition when he picked up his daughter at cheerleading. In the dashcam video the 44-year-old has a hard time answering the officer's questions, especially on how many drinks he's had.
Instead of his driver's license, Leskanic pulls out his Major League Baseball scouting card, and he's given instructions for a field sobriety test several times.
The former Major Leaguer sways when his vision is checked, and can barely hold one leg in the air for longer than a second.
After 13 minutes of the field test, Leskanic is cuffed. He has little to say to officers when being arrested for DUI, but lets a tirade of foul language go on in the car, and even breaks down.
Police reports show Leskanic had a blood alcohol content of .33, which is four times the legal limit in Florida.
The video and a 911 call made by a parent at Leskanic's daughter's cheerleading practice were released during a pre-trial hearing on Monday.