Ex-minor leaguer with TV star uncle charged in bizarre pizza theft

A former minor league pitcher with a celebrity relative was charged with burglary last weekend after he allegedly broke into a Pittsburgh business, ate leftover pizza and fell asleep inside the place.Pittsburgh television station KDKA reported that Cory McGinnis — whose uncle is actor/comedian Tim Allen — broke into Eyeflow Internet Marketing. Police said that once McGinnis was inside, he emptied the business's fridge of pizza (left over from a Friday party) and fell asleep on a makeshift bed he created. He was found covered in pizza sauce and surrounded by leftover slices. He had even charged his phone and turned up the heat. MORE: Ranking Super Bowl winners, 1-49 | Heinous crimes by athletes | Most controversial players in history“He was sleeping like a baby on a pile of pillows,” business owner Phil LaBoon told KDKA. The Pittsburgh product played four years of high school ball, breaking numerous school records. He then played for four colleges in four seasons before being selected by the White Sox in the 22nd round of the 2012 Draft out of Auburn-Montgomery. The hometown Pirates drafted him in the 44th round in 2010 out of Shelton State Community College in Alabama, but he did not sign.McGinnis, 26, appeared in 20 games over two years in the White Sox organization, finishing with a 4.53 ERA

and a 1-2 record. He never advanced past rookie ball.