Ron Darling, a former World Series-winning pitcher with the New York Mets, is facing four tax liens and warrants totaling $544,197.

Darling, 49, owes $71,076 to the IRS, according to a tax lien filed July 29, 2009, in New York, and $375,597 in a lien filed in May 2008, according to the Detroit News. He also owes $12,664 to New York State, according to a tax warrant filed May 23 of this year, and $84,860 to California in a lien filed in June 2008.

The former pitcher played for the New York Mets when they won the 1986 World Series. He spent 13 years in the majors and was traded to the Oakland Athletics in 1991. The Hawaii-born Darling retired from the game in 1995 and is now a sportscaster on TBS and the Mets-owned channel SNY.

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