Well, what if you sign five boys - four duds, one stud - from the same
Some would call it "cheating," but - hey - only the Yankees do that, right?
Evidently, Baseball America has been asking questions. Nevertheless, in this illuminating write-up, it's hard to figure out whether the villain is Boston or MLB. Questions are raised about the tactics of those mean old investigators, who rounded up the now 17-year-olds and tried to get information.
According to multiple sources, MLB officials told the players that if they lied, the commissioner’s office would suspend them. They asked the players to give them their banking information and said they would investigate their bank accounts, according to those sources. Some of the players broke down in tears.
The story goes on to prattle that everybody does these package deals, so why is MLB picking on Boston? Frankly, I assume the Yankees are just as guilty.
When you have a Third World economic system predicated on
In America, we don't allow teams to sign 16-year-olds. Last time I looked, the concept is creepy, disgusting, offensive and flatly wrong. How MLB allows it to continue in Latin America is a disgrace. So they're "investigating" Boston? What a crock.