At about 3:30 a.m. on Sunday, Peoria police were dispatched to a residence after a 911 call in which the homeowner said a man, later identified as Nix, was entering the house through a dog door. The homeowner confronted Nix, kicking him one time in the face. Still, the husband leaned out the doggy door and fired the Taser, hitting Nix as he ran away with another man, who'd tried to pull him out of the home, police say.
Police spotted Nix and Cosgrove a short distance away and took them into custody.
Cosgrove was also drafted by the Padres in 2017, pitching in their minor league system. Nix said that he usually enters his home through the front, and that none of his doors have a doggy door. He said he could not remember getting into the backyard. Online records show NIx does not have an attorney.
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Nix is now listed on the MLB's official site as playing for the Peoria Javelinas during the Arizona Fall League. The Padres pitcher faces two counts of criminal trespassing, according to the Miricopa County Court's official website. Nix and another Padres player, Thomas Cosgrove, were arrested.
We are aware of the alleged incident involving Jacob Nix last Sunday in Arizona.
Nix was released by authorities with a preliminary hearing scheduled for October 16.
Nix, a 2015 third-round pick, appeared in nine games with the Padres in 2018, and just six minor league games this year, missing most of this season due to injury. Due to the ongoing legal proceedings, we will not have any further comment at this time.