Montgomery Biscuits baseball coach shot, robbed

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Montgomery police are investigating after Montgomery Biscuits coach Bill Moloney was shot during a robbery Monday evening. Maloney is said to be suffering from "moderate" injuries and was taken to Jackson Hospital.

The Montgomery Biscuits issued this statement:

"The Biscuits are saddened to hear about the unfortunate incident regarding pitching coach, Bill Moloney, last night. Moloney is at home resting and beginning his recovery. We ask that the Montgomery community keep Bill in their thoughts..."

The Biscuits are not planning to alter their Tuesday schedule.

The incident happened around 11:15 Monday night at the Arbors on Taylor Apartment complex on Taylor Road. Montgomery police and fire units responded to scene where they found the 55-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wound to the upper left thigh.

The victim was able to tell police that two unknown subjects approached him, pulled a gun and demanded his property. The victim said he was then struck with the gun and shot once. The two suspects then fled.

The Montgomery Police Department asks any individuals with knowledge of this offense to contact the MPD at 334.241.2651, Secret Witness at 334.262.4000, or CrimeStoppers at 334.215.STOP (7867).