The three were robbed at gunpoint (along with some other ballplayers) four years ago at Spring Training at Kissimmee. Anyway, the two talked about how they were really scared that their life was going to end there, etc, etc. I feel sorry for them if that is what happened. That kind of experience is really horrifying.
Now, what interests me, is that Anthony Williams, one of the robbers, declined interview but wrote to ESPN that that was not a robbery in the first place, but a drug deal gone bad. There was no evidence found in the rooms that would link the players to drugs, but what would Williams have to gain by lying? He's already serving a life sentence anyway. So, I really must say that I lean towards Williams' side of the story. Furthermore, he gets a life sentence for armed robbery? Umm...I thought the sentence was quite a bit less for something like that. Any legal experts to shed some light on this?
Anyway, due to this incident, we can also conjecture two reasons of Ensberg's random absence at Spring Training this year. He could've been getting therapy for this (four years ago, but this type of memory does not go away), or, if Williams' story holds up, he could've been at rehab. I'm just speculating, but that could be the case.