Former Yankees closer and 1996 World Series MVP John Wetteland was reportedly indicted Thursday on three charges of aggravated sexual assault of a child.
Wetteland, 52, is accused of forcing a relative to perform sex acts on him three times beginning in 2004, when the child was 4 years old, according to Texas authorities.
The former closer was arrested in January on a charge of continuous sexual abuse of a child and was later released on $25,000 bond the same day.
In addition to the Yankees, Wetteland played with the Dodgers, Expos and Rangers before retiring after a 12-year career in 2000. He was briefly the Nationals' pitching coach in 2006 before he was fired mid-season.
Wetteland was inducted into the Rangers Hall of Fame in 2005 and also served as a high school baseball coach and taught Bible classes at Liberty Christian School in Argyle, Texas from 2007-08.
He has not been associated with the school since then, officials told The Dallas Morning News.