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By Lynda Jones
Montaous Walton, a young African American man who falsely claimed to be a future baseball big leaguer was arrested this week for continuing to pose as a professional baseball hopeful. Claiming to be a future big league athlete was not the crime alone, it was accepting money from agents who believed his claim, and thought that they were investing in his career.
Walton according to the complaint filed by the Milwaukee County district attorney’s office, deceived two sports agents into believing he was a professional baseball player signed with …
By Lynda Jones, Editor
In the February 6, 2010 issue of The Milwaukee Courier, free-lance sports writer Frederick Dakarai wrote a wonderful feature article on a “supposed” future big league baseball player, Montaous Walton. Walton sat down with Dakarai as he had done previously with various area reporters and enthusiastically gave an interview where he talked for over forty five minutes about his rise to a promising baseball career.
He was most proud of “being signed by Minnesota Twins baseball scout, Billy Corrigan.” A quote that he had given to The Courier …
By Frederick Dakarai
It was my honor to have recently met Milwaukee native, Montaous Walton, who has been signed to a minor league contract with an invitation to Major League camp by the Minnesota Twins.
Walton blew me away with his bright smile and positive attitude about life. We talked about forty five minutes and Montaous could not stop busting-out with this huge smile and laughing. He would apologize but he couldn’t hold in the excitement – he was a really cool dude…just a down-to-earth nice guy.
Walton is a converted second baseman …