A former Angel star was convicted Friday of insider-trading charges, as prosecutors alleged that non-public information the ex-ballplayer received from a CEO friend netted him more than $1 million in investments.
Former Orioles and Angels third baseman Doug DeCinces was accused of receiving insider information from James Mazzo, a Laguna Beach neighbor of DeCinces who owned Advanced Medical Optics.
He was convicted on 13 counts.
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