Near his rented home in Franklin Lakes, N.J., and charged with a range of offenses, including driving under the influence of drugs, leaving the scene of an accident and child endangerment, 1985 NL Cy Young Award winner Dwight Gooden, whose past struggles with drug and alcohol addiction have been well documented. According to multiple reports, the 45-year-old retired pitcher was driving his five-year-old son, Dylan, to school around 9 a.m. on March 23 when his 2007 Chrysler Aspen rear-ended a Mercedes. Gooden allegedly left the scene of that accident and was pulled over minutes later, at which point his son was found unrestrained in the backseat and Gooden was charged with driving under the influence. Last Thursday Gooden's agent issued a statement claiming his client had been using Ambien (which he'd been prescribed, in part, due to lack of sleep following the birth of his infant daughter, Milan) at the time of the accident and that he had been sober since 2006. Gooden entered a plea of not guilty one day after his arrest.