Here is a look at the life of former Major League Baseball player Jose Canseco.
Personal: Birth date: July 2, 1964
Birth place: Havana, Cuba
Birth name: Jose Canseco Capas, Jr.
Father: Jose Canseco, Sr.
Mother: Barbara Capas Canseco
Marriages: Jessica Sekely (1996-2000, divorced); Esther (Haddad) Canseco (1988-1992, divorced)
Children: with Jessica Sekely: Josie (1996)
Other Facts: Has a twin brother, Ozzie, who also played Major League Baseball.
Timeline: September 2, 1985 - Makes his Major League Baseball debut with the Oakland Athletics.
1986 - American League Rookie of the Year.
1988 - Named American League MVP, after becoming the first player to hit 40 home runs and steal 40 bases in the same season.
1988-1990 - Helps lead the Oakland A's to three straight World Series appearances.
April 1989 - Is arrested for illegal possession of a handgun after police find a loaded handgun in his car. Pleads no contest to a misdemeanor for possessing a loaded gun and is placed on three years of unsupervised probation.
1989 - Wins his first World Series with the Oakland A's as they beat the San Francisco Giants.
February 1992 - Arrested and charged with aggravated battery for slamming his car twice into his wife Esther's BMW and causing $10,000 worth of damage.
1992 - Is traded to the Texas Rangers.
December 1992 - Arrested and charged with battery for a fight at a nightclub. Is later acquitted.
December 1994 - Is traded to the Boston Red Sox.
January 1997 - Is traded back to the Oakland A's.
November 1997 - Arrested and charged with simple battery after an altercation with his wife, Jessica. Pleads no contest and is sentenced to one year probation and counseling.
February 1998 - Signs a one-year contract with the Toronto Blue Jays.
December 1998 - Signs with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
August 2000 - Signs with the New York Yankees.
2000 - Second World Series win, with the New York Yankees.