In February 1986, Capel pitched in the University of Texas Alumni v. Varsity game, which ended in a 14–14 tie. Capel started using dipping tobacco in 1976, and in March 1988 had a non-cancerous lesion removed from his lip; as of March 1988, he was trying to quit the product. In 1989, Capel was married to Elizabeth (née Graeter) Capel, who he met at Roger Clemens' wedding. Outside of baseball, he is a close friend of Clemens, and during Clemens' 2012 perjury trial, Capel testified on his work ethic and character. In 2012, Capel worked as the general manager of a Volkswagen dealership in Houston.
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